What Did Toni Morrison’s Books Mean to You?

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Toni Morrison’s novels explored the black experience in America, particularly for black women. Slavery, racism, class, violence, family, friendships and love were among the themes that figured in her books. Ms. Morrison, who died on Monday, was a universal writer who was immensely popular and was even praised by critics.

So we want hear from you: Was there a book by Ms. Morrison that has stuck with you? A single sentence or a phrase? Above all, how did her work touch your life? Tell us in the form below, and please include your name, age and hometown. The information may be included in an article.

[Here’s a refresher on some of her most essential books.]


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