A Video Conversation With Alice Munro: The Nobel Prize Lecture in Literature

by Sampsonia Way    /  December 11, 2013  / No comments

“Stories were so important in the world, and I wanted to make up some of these stories, I wanted to keep on doing this, and it didn’t have to do with other people, I didn’t need to tell anybody, and it wasn’t until much later that I realized that it would be interesting if one got them into a larger audience.”

The Nobel Lecture in Literature this year is replaced by a pre-recorded video conversation with Alice Munro, Nobel Laureate in Literature.

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