TITLE

Toni Morrison

AUTHOR(S)
Lobb, Nancy
PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
16 Extraordinary African Americans, 2nd Edition;2007, p85
SOURCE TYPE
Biography
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
A section from the book "16 Extraordinary African Americans," 2nd edition is presented. It profiles African American author Toni Morrison. It offers a look at her family background, growing up in Lorain, Ohio in the 1930s. It explores her academic achievements and her colorful career as a writer and editor, which include winning the 1993 Nobel Prize for Literature.
ACCESSION #
37334296

 

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