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Toni Morrison is perhaps the best known and most critically acclaimed African-American author. The Bluest Eye, her first novel, brought attention to black female authors, and Morrison helped others follow her. Her works combine a narrative skill and lyricism. In 1993, Morrison was honored with the Nobel Prize for literature, the highest honor any author can receive. This copy of The Bluest Eye was signed by Morrison when she visited the University of Toledo in 2009.

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Mar 05, 2015 · The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison is a canonical text
Morrison first began writing at Howard when she joined a group of writers who met frequently to discuss each other’s works. Her first novel, The Bluest Eye was published in 1970. It was included in a selection of in 2000. Her 1973 book, Sula gained a nomination for the National Book Award in 1975. Another well admired work by Morrison is Song of Solomon (1977) which was a main selection of the Book-of-the-Month Club. The book also won the National Book Critics Circle Award. Morrison’s most significant novel, Beloved was published in 1987. Although the book attained immense critical acclaim, it failed to win the National Book Award and the National Book Critics Circle Award, to which the writing community protested. However, Morrison was soon awarded the Pulitzer Prize for fiction as well as the American Book Award.

 

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Toni Morrison is perhaps the best known and most critically acclaimed African-American author. The Bluest Eye, her first novel, brought attention to black female authors, and Morrison helped others follow her. Her works combine a narrative skill and lyricism. In 1993, Morrison was honored with the Nobel Prize for literature, the highest honor any author can receive. This copy of The Bluest Eye was signed by Morrison when she visited the University of Toledo in 2009.

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