Toni Morrison is a Nobel Prize-winning African-American author. She is known mostly for her powerful novels concerning the lives of black women. Ms. Morrison’s short story, “Recitatif,” was published in 1983. This story deals with two women, one white, the other black, who spent time together in an orphanage as children. Years later, the two women, now grown, try to maintain their friendship despite the racially-charged issues that continue to divide them.
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Call Number: PS3563 .O8749 Z653 2008 *(See pages 161-164.)
Call Number: PS647 .A35 C35 1993 *(See pages 438-453.)
Call Number: PS648 .S5 B44 1992 *(See pages 445-464.)
o Volume 81, page 266
o Volume 5, pages 240-260
o Volume 126, pages 3-9, 13-18, 20, 23, 27-29, 35-39
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