Toni Morrison dies at the Age of 88

Toni Morrison, the Nobel laureate in writing whose smash hit work investigated dark personality in America — and specifically the regularly pounding knowledge of dark ladies — through radiant, incriminatory exposition taking after that of no other author in English, died on Monday in the Bronx. She was 88.

Toni Morrison
Toni Morrison

Ms. Morrison was one of the uncommon American writers whose books were both basic and business triumphs. Morrison got Book Critics Circle Award in 1977 for her novel "Songs of Solomon." In 1993, Morrison turned into the main African American lady to get the Nobel Peace Prize in Literature. In 2012, President Barack Obama respected Morrison with the Presidential Medal of Freedom. Her books showed up consistently on the New York Times hit list, were highlighted on various occasions on Oprah Winfrey's TV book club, and were the subject of heap basic examinations. A long-term employee at Princeton, Ms. Morrison addressed generally and was seen regularly on TV. Her famous novels Include Sula, Beloved, The Bluest Eye, Song Of Solomon. 

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