Toni Morrison


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United States writer whose novels describe the lives of African-Americans (born in 1931)

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This having been the effect of my humble study culture and passion for languages like Tamil, English, I sincerely convey my condolence on the demise of Toni Morrison. Finally, the international media houses should pitch for such great authors to literally fill up the world with beautiful books and newspapers that are replete with inspiring stories and words.
File photo: Novelist Toni Morrison is presented with a Presidential Medal of Freedom by U.S.
The rescue we extend to them is a generosity to ourselves." These are words that should remind us powerfully of the loss we suffer today with the death of Toni Morrison though not incarcerated by some political order, now claimed by death.
Los Angeles -- In memory of legendary author Toni Morrison, OWN will present a special re-airing of "The Oprah Winfrey Show: Toni Morrison" from 2000 to air this Saturday, August 10 at 8:00 p.m.
"It is with profound sadness we share that, following a short illness, our adored mother and grandmother, Toni Morrison, passed away peacefully last night surrounded by family and friends," Morrison's family said in a statement, as cited by Al Jazeera.
They said: "Toni Morrison passed away peacefully last night surrounded by family and friends.
'Toni Morrison's prose brings us that kind of moral and emotional intensity that few writers ever attempt,' then-president Barack Obama said as he awarded her the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2012.
It was a New York Times bestseller and the first of a trilogy that also included "Jazz," and "Paradise." We are profoundly sad to report that Toni Morrison has died at the age of eighty-eight.
As one of the most reputable and revered novelists, Toni Morrison is also a conjure woman who has carved out a strong niche in the American literary pantheon.
Maternal Metaphors of Power in African American Women's Literature: From Phillis Wheatley to Toni Morrison
IMAGINE - TONI MORRISON REMEMBERS BBC1, 10.35pm Alan Yentob talks to author Toni Morrison, who was born into poverty in Ohio, and went on to win acclaim for her novels, including Beloved, and God Help the Child.
IMAGINE - TONI MORRISON REMEMBERS BBC1, 11.05pm Alan Yentob talks to author Toni Morrison, who was born into poverty in Ohio, and went on to win acclaim for her novels, including Beloved, and God Help the Child.
Toni Morrison's body of work has turned her into an imposing presence in US literature.
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.