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In her eighth work of fiction, Toni Morrison tells the story of a group of women brought together by the personage of one man. She talks with Diane about the first novel she’s published in five years.
- Toni Morrison Recipient of the Nobel and Pulitzer Prizes, Princeton professor emerita, and author of "Beloved," "The Bluest Eye," "Sula," "Song of Solomon," "Tar Baby," and "Love."
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