OTTAWA – Alice Munro, the Nobel Prize-winning author known for her mastery of the short story, has died at 92, her editor said on Tuesday.

Munro set her taut, acutely observed stories in the rural countryside of east-central Ontario province, where she grew up, focusing a stark lens on the frailties of the human condition.

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