Toni Morrison Revisited: A Collection of HBW Posts on Morrison

[By Kenton Rambsy]
Over the course of the past year, Toni Morrison has been a
major focus for HBW blog posts as we seek to foster engaged scholarship on
black novels. Morrison writer has become a totem of black literature since her
1970 novel debut with The Bluest Eye.
Since then, Morrison has been the recipient of a Pulitzer
Prize (1987), a Nobel Prize in Literature (1993), and it was announced in 2012
that she would be the recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom—the highest
award for a civilian.

Below, I have compiled a list of entries on Morrison
composed by various writers of the HBW staff.