|LC control no.||n 80131379
|Personal name heading||Morrison, Toni
|Variant(s)||Wofford, Chloe Anthony
Molisen, Tuoni, 1931-2019
莫里森, 托妮, 1931-2019
Tuoni Molisen, 1931-2019
Morison, Tony, 1931-2019
Μόρισον, Τόνυ, 1931-2019
|Other standard no.||0000000121037927
|Associated country||United States
|Place of birth||Lorain (Ohio)
|Place of death||New York (N.Y.)
|Field of activity||African Americans African American women African American girls United States--Race relations Racism Literature
|Profession or occupation||Authors Novelists English teachers College teachers
University and college faculty members
|Special note||Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Not same as Morrison, Tony or Morrison, Tony, 1953
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|Found in||The bluest eye ... 1970.
Toni Morrison, 1987: CIP introd. (Toni (Chloe Anthony Wofford) Morrison)
Cont. author, v. 29-32 (Toni Morrison; b. Chloe Anthony Wofford, 2/18/31)
Virginia Woolf's and William Faulkner's treatment of the alienated, 1955: t.p. (Chloe Ardellia Wofford) p. i (Chloe A. Wofford; b. 2-18-1931 in Lorain, Ohio; B.A., Brown Univ., 1953; M.A., Cornell Univ., )
Her Jazz, 1995: t.p. (Toni Morrisonová)
Nobel Foundation, WWW, viewed on March 12, 2019: Nobel Prize in Literature 1993 (The Nobel Prize in Literature 1993 was awarded to Toni Morrison "who in novels characterized by visionary force and poetic import, gives life to an essential aspect of American reality")
Washington Post, "Toni Morrison, Nobel laureate who transfigured American literature, dies at 88," posted 6 August 2019, viewed 6 August 2019 (Toni Morrison died August 5 at a hospital in New York City. She was 88.)
Hai zi de fen nu, 2017 nian 4 yue: title page (托妮·莫里森 = Tuoni Molisen; Toni Morrison)
Gyrismos, Oktōvrios 2017: title page (Τόνυ Μόρισον = Tony Morison) cover (Toni Morrison)
|National bib agency no.||0066B7259E