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Film Books

Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am review - a fitting tribute to a masterful storyteller

Joseph Walsh

When the Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison died last year, it was a chance to celebrate the remarkable life of a storyteller who shook the literary establishment. Her work, including her debut novel The Bluest Eye, broke radical new ground in depicting African American life.

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