By Susan Harris
In the agents' center of the Frankfurt Book Fair, a squeal of delight snaps everyone to attention: the Nobel goes to Alice Munro. In what is perhaps an homage to Munro's chosen form, the Swedish Academy's citation notes, simply, "master of the short story." She's the thirteenth woman to win the prize.
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