Toni Morrison - Directory of Online Resources
Humanities > American Literature> Authors> Toni Morrison The Nobel Prize in Literature 1993
From the official site of the Nobel Foundation
Includes: Curriculum Vitae ; Nobel Lecture ; Nobel Diploma ; Other Resources ; Swedish Nobel Stamps.<.p>
Anniina's Toni Morrison Page
This beautiful site includes: Biographies ; Bibliographies ; Interviews ; Other Sources ; Bookstore. She also has sections on each novel.
By Anniina Jokinen
Beloved by Toni Morrison - A Homework Online Study Guide
"...Included in this site are summaries and explanations, character analysis, discussion of themes, a user's forum where readers can discuss and ask questions, and much more."
From Homework Online
Biographical Information on Toni Morrison - (dead link)From the UT Austin site listed below
Conversation: Toni Morrison
Interviewed by Elizabeth Farnsworth - Online NewsHour March 9, 1998.
The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer
EducETH: Morrison, Toni - (dead link)
A useful interactive site for both student and teacher.
Free Speech TV - (dead link)
"Free Speech TV broadcasts independently-produced documentaries dealing with social, political, cultural, and environmental issues; commissions and produces original programming..."
- Toni Morrison and Cornel West - (dead link)
"Toni Morrison and Cornel West discuss race and politics in America in a conversation presented by The Nation Institute at the New York Society for Ethical Culture on March 24, 2004. Toni Morrison is the recipient of the 1993 Nobel Prize for Literature, and the author of Love, Beloved, Paradise, Jazz, Sula, Tar Baby, Song of Solomon, The Bluest Eye. Cornel West is Professor of Religion and African-American Studies at Princeton University..."
The Lyrical World of Toni Morrison - (dead link)
Brief article by Deirdre Donahue, USA TODAY: Sept. 28, 1987.
Morrison 'Taps Spirituality of Black People' - (dead link)
By Deirdre Donahue, USA TODAY: October 8, 1993
Nobelist Morrison Hails the Redemptive Powers of Literature - (dead link)
Brief article from the Cornell Chronicle, October 12, 2000.
The Pain of Being Black
Interview with Toni Morrison
TIME: May 22, 1989, By Bonnie Angelo
Paradise Found - (dead link)
"The Nobel Prize changed Toni Morrison's Life but not her art, as her new novel proves."
TIME Cover Story: January 19, 1998, By Paul Gray.
Struggling with a History of Capitalism in Toni Morrisonís Tar Baby - (dead link) By Sean Campbell [Best Essay: Lower Level Literature for Majors]
From Anthology of the William C. Banks Award Winners - (dead link), Fall 1998-Spring 1999.
Teacher's Guide to Beloved By Toni Morrison [Lesson Plan]
"This teacher's guide presents an approach to Beloved that encourages student involvement when studying the novel. It emphasizes the significance this literary work holds for the lives of its readers."
Toni Morrison - (dead link)
"Welcome to Toni Morrison's web page which provides valuable information about Toni Morrison and in particular, her book Beloved. This site, a collaborative project for the English 316K class at the University of Texas at Austin."
Sections include: Biography ; Historical ; Close-Reading ; Anthology
TIME Transcript from January 21, 1998.
Toni Morrison in Context
A Freshman Preceptorial Website
"Toni Morrison and Beloved in Context: Library and Internet Resources on Morrison and Her Times"
By Bruce Connolly and Gail M. Golderman, Schaffer Library, Union College
Toni Morrison to Receive National Humanities Medal
From Princeton - News (December 14, 2000)
Wired for Books: Community Reconsidered - Toni Morrison
"Listen in RealAudio as Edgar Whan, Marilyn Atlas, and Vattel (Ted) Rose discuss The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison. Or read the transcripts the old-fashioned way. Join the discussion here. And please listen to the Morrison question and answer session in Real Audio.
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Maintained by Mike Madin.
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