We were saddened by the death of Pulitzer-Prize winner and Nobel laureate Toni Morrison. Stop by the library to check out her works.
“Art is incendiary and properly so. It sharpens us, makes us vulnerable, makes us fierce, coherent, and it can even frighten us. All of which is to say that the practice of great art is the practice of knowledge unseduced by its own beauty,” “The Future of the Humanities in a Fragmented World” (2005)
- In her own words: interviews with Toni Morrison on NPR’s Fresh Air
- Writers pay tribute in The New Republic and The New York Times
- Remembrances in The Paris Review and The Atlantic