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By Hillel Italie, Associated Press
The American Library Association compiled a list of 100 books that have been most subjected to censorship efforts over the past decade.
As the year draws to a close, PBS NewsHour staff members suggest some of the books that made them slow down and enjoy reading this year.
By Jeffrey Brown
The American novelist wasn’t afraid to speak publicly about the themes in her novels and to challenge journalists on their questions. Here are several lessons to remember about Morrison’s career as a writer.
By Joshua Barajas
Author and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison died Monday at age 88. The acclaimed writer, editor and professor helped transform American literature, bringing forth a black perspective that had rarely been heard. Jeffrey Brown reports and talks to Princeton University’s Tracy…
By Jeffrey Brown, Anne Azzi Davenport
Toni Morrison, the first black woman to receive the Nobel literature prize, has died.
Morrison sought to strip the "white gaze" from her writing. Here are books to read right now that expand on that mission.
A recent documentary about Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison brings the renowned writer’s words to screen, while sharing an intimate personal look at her through the eyes of a close friend. John Yang sits down with director Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, who has…
Here are 10 suggestions for those looking for never-too-late reads. Maybe you’ll be convinced to finally read “Moby-Dick,” all 200,000 words of it.
By Victoria Fleischer
The winners of this year’s National Book Critics Circle awards, one of the most prestigious literary prizes in America, will be announced tonight at the New School in New York City.
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