Toni Morrison, with Claudia Brodsky, on Language and Literature at Cornell University

Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison spoke at Cornell University on March 7, 2013 for a conversation about literature, politics and, especially, language. She answered questions posed to her by longtime friend and colleague Claudia Brodsky, a professor of comparative literature at Princeton University.

 

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