Toni Morrison


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Noun1.Toni Morrison - United States writer whose novels describe the lives of African-Americans (born in 1931)
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Maternal Metaphors of Power in African American Women's Literature: From Phillis Wheatley to Toni Morrison
The Princeton University Library is pleased to announce that the major portion of the Toni Morrison Papers (C1491), part of the Library's permanent collections since 2014, is now open for research.
Thus, as a commemorative and celebratory output that acknowledges "the fortieth anniversary of her first novel, the twentieth anniversary of the awarding of the Nobel Prize for Literature (1993), and the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the Toni Morrison Society" (Seward and Tally 2014: xvi), the timing of the publication of Toni Morrison, Memory and Meaning could not be more propitious.
Last week, he was celebrated alongside acclaimed novelist Toni Morrison, who Bernstein himself "discovered" as she toiled away as an editor at a small publishing house in Syracuse in the mid-1960s.
Toni Morrison: An Ethical Poetics is a recommendation for college literature collections where study of Toni Morrison is frequent, and analyzes Morrison's style, subject and literary choices, examining the questions that are brought to the forefront in many of her works.
Pelagia Goulimari's Toni Morrison serves as a very competent introduction to Morrison's fiction, nonfiction, and the ever-growing body of criticism and theory addressing the significance of Morrison's work.
Nobel laureate Toni Morrison is known for novels in which female protagonists struggle to wrest control of their lives from an establishment bent on their destruction.
African spiritual traditions in the novels of Toni Morrison.
This collection of thirteen essays explores the literary relationship between James Baldwin and Toni Morrison with the goal of opening up new avenues of scholarship on some of their most resonant and challenging fiction and nonfiction.
Toni Morrison at Loyola University in Baltimore; and Bennett, the local author, at a Baltimore bookstore, as well as trips to the Harlem Book Festival and the Baltimore Book Fair.
Included are: Jane Austen, Harriet Beecher Stowe, George Eliot, Louisa May Alcott, Lucy Maud Montgomery, Toni Morrison, Joy Kogawa, Judy Blume, Margaret Atwood, and J.
Toni Morrison, Beloved (New York: Plume, 1987), 88.