Antonia Morrison

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Nativitas: 18 Februarii 1931; Lorain
Obitus: 5 Augusti 2019; Bronx
Patria: Civitates Foederatae Americae
Nomen nativum: Chloe Ardelia Wofford

Officium

Munus: scriptor, mythistoricus, librettist, professor, poëta, scriptor librorum puerilium, audiobook narrator, contributing editor
Patronus: Universitas Princetoniensis

Familia

Coniunx: Harold Morrison

Memoria

Laurae: Praemium litterarum Nobelianum, Eques Legionis Honoris, Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres‎, Norman Mailer Prize, National Humanities Medal, The Nichols-Chancellor's Medal, PEN Oakland/Josephine Miles Literary Award, Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize, American Book Awards, Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards, Praemium Pulitzer mythistoriis dicatum, Helmerich Award, Common Wealth Award of Distinguished Service, Jefferson Lecture, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Literary Work, Fiction, Praemium Praesidis pro Libertate, Library of Congress Living Legend, Ohio Women's Hall of Fame, Langston Hughes Medal, New Jersey Hall of Fame, Honorary doctor of the Paris-Sorbonne University, Honorary doctor of the University of Oxford, Honorary doctorate from the University of Geneva, Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction, Carl Sandburg Literary Award, National Book Critics Circle Award for Fiction, Ivan Sandrof Lifetime Achievement Award
Sepultura: unknown value

Antonia Morrison[1] (Anglice Toni Morrison, nata Chloe Ardelia Wofford Lorain in oppido Ohii die 18 Februarii 1931; mortua die 5 Augusti 2019) fuit scriptrix Americana. Quae anno 1988 Praemium Pulitzeranum mythistoriae Beloved gratia accepit, anno 1993 Praemio Nobeliano Litterarum et anno 2012 Praesidis nomismate libertatis honorata est.

Opera[recensere | fontem recensere]

Antonia Morrison Novi Eboraci die 26 Februarii 2008 de Chinua Achebe loquitur.
  • 1970: The Bluest Eye (Oculus maxime caeruleus)
  • 1973: Sula
  • 1977: Song of Solomon (Canticum Salomonis)
  • 1981: Tar Baby (Infans piceus)
  • 1982: Beloved (Dilecta)[2]
  • 1992: Jazz
  • 1997: Paradise (Paradisus)
  • 2008: A Mercy (Misericordia)
  • 2011: Home (Domus)
  • 2014: God Help the Child (Deus adiuvet puellae)

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Antoniam Morrison" (cas. accus.): Oratio 2005
  2. Titulus mythistoriae iuxta Epistulam ad Romanos (9:25) datur: "Vocabo non plebem meam plebem meam et non dilectam dilectam."

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Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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