Nobel laureate Toni Morrison, author of literary classics such as Beloved and Song of Solomon, has passed away at the age of 88. Her many awards and honors include the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Library of Congress Creative Achievement Award for Fiction, the PEN/Saul Bellow Award for Achievement in American Fiction, and a lifetime achievement award from the National Book Critics Circle.
If your patrons have expressed interest in exploring the works of Toni Morrison, Bloom’s Literature can lend insight, context, and background. Students, researchers, and general readers will find enlightening and interesting information, with plenty of content for research papers, activities, and assignments, including:
- Biographies, topics and themes, and reference essays examining Morrison’s life and works, including essays from Facts On File’s comprehensive Critical Companion to Toni Morrison
- Criticism and analyses of works including Beloved, Song of Solomon, Sula, The Bluest Eye, and more
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