Alice Munro Wins the Nobel and Research Proves Usefulness of Literary Fiction
Then first Canadian to win the Nobel Prize in Literature, Alice Munro told reporters earlier this year that she was going to retire from writing.
From the New York Times:
"The researchers say the reason is that literary fiction often leaves more to the imagination, encouraging readers to make inferences about characters and be sensitive to emotional nuance and complexity.
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