by Taylor Follett
“Word-work is sublime…because it is generative: it makes meaning that secures our difference, our human difference-the way in which we are like no other life,” said Toni Morrison in her December 1993 Nobel Lecture. Sunday, October 7 marked 25 years since Morrison won the Nobel Prize in Literature for her expansive and phenomenal body of work. Celebrate one of the greatest living writers of our time by exploring her work at the library.
All works by Toni Morrison can be found here, but you can always get started with some of her most Beloved works (if you’ll excuse the pun):
Already read the books above? Try some lesser-known, but no less excellent options:
While she’s best-known for her fiction, Morrison’s non-fiction works are also incredibly rich:
Don’t forget to go to Morrison’s author list on OskiCat for all of her works, including those in Bancroft. Happy reading!