Mein Buch: Die Theologin Andrea Bieler empfiehlt «Beloved» von Toni Morrison. Toni Morrisons «Beloved» (, deutsch «Menschenkind») ist ein. Biografie von Toni Morrison (), afroamerikanische Schriftstellerin, Herausgeberin, Nobelpreis für Literatur Roman. Mit e. Vorw. d. Autorin. Ausgezeichnet: Pulitzer Prize for Fiction rororo Taschenbücher Band · Toni Morrison.
«Beloved» von Toni Morrison: Die Geister der Vergangenheit.Toni Morrison (eigentlich Chloe Ardelia Wofford; * Februar in Lorain, Ohio; † 5. August in New York City) war eine US-amerikanische. Roman. Mit e. Vorw. d. Autorin. Ausgezeichnet: Pulitzer Prize for Fiction rororo Taschenbücher Band · Toni Morrison. Der Rassismus als „Gebräu aus Dunkelheit und Andersartigkeit“ – das gebe es in dieser Form nur in Amerika, schrieb Toni Morrison. Die
Toni Morrison Quick Facts VideoToni Morrison interview on her Life and Career (1990) Denard, Carolyn C. University Press of Mississippi. Er übertrug unter anderem Werke von Thomas Pynchon, Jonathan Franzen und John Updike ins Deutsche. Toni Morrison war eine US-amerikanische Schriftstellerin. Sie zählt zu den bedeutendsten Vertretern der afroamerikanischen Literatur und erhielt als erste afroamerikanische Autorin den Literaturnobelpreis. Toni Morrison (eigentlich Chloe Ardelia Wofford; * Februar in Lorain, Ohio; † 5. August in New York City) war eine US-amerikanische. Toni Morrison wurde in Lorain, Ohio, geboren. Sie studierte an der renommierten Cornell University Anglistik und hatte an der Princeton University eine. Discover Toni Morrison's most iconic work in this Pulitzer-prize winning novel that exemplifies her powerful and important place in contemporary American.
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She continued to explore new art forms, writing the libretto for Margaret Garner , an American opera that explores the tragedy of slavery through the true life story of one woman's experiences.
The work debuted at the New York City Opera in Once again, a woman who is both an enslaved and a mother must make a terrible choice regarding her child, who becomes part of an expanding homestead.
In addition to her many novels, Morrison has crafted nonfiction as well. A champion for the arts, Morrison spoke out about censorship in October after one of her books was banned at a Michigan high school.
She served as editor for Burn This Book , a collection of essays on censorship and the power of the written word, which was published that same year.
She told a crowd gathered for the launch of the Free Speech Leadership Council about the importance of fighting censorship.
As though a whole universe is being described in invisible ink," Morrison said. Morrison continued to be one of literature's great storytellers through her 80s.
Mad Men. There was McCarthy. While writing the novel, Morrison experienced a great personal loss. Her son Slade died of pancreatic cancer in December The trio focused on the relationship between Othello's wife Desdemona and her African nurse, Barbary, in Desdemona , which premiered in London in the summer of That same year Morrison received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Barack Obama.
That same year the BBC aired the documentary T oni Morrison Remembers. We strive for accuracy and fairness.
If you see something that doesn't look right, contact us! Morrison's versatility and technical and emotional range appear to know no bounds. If there were any doubts about her stature as a pre-eminent American novelist, of her own or any other generation, Beloved will put them to rest.
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