Toni Morrison reads her work

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Toni Morrison gives a talk entitled, A Matter of Fiction, which discusses why people write and read fiction, specifically relating her own motivations. Morrison focuses on the preservation of the oral tradition as her primary motivation.

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Recorded in Ithaca, NY by Cornell University., Speaker(s): Author, professor at Howard University, Cornell alumnus., Reading and Lecture.
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1978-11-03
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Morrison, Toni; Fiction--Women authors; Fiction--20th century; Writing 1900 - 1999
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bibid: 3602582
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sound
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transcript
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A complete, human-remediated transcript is available.
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https://newcatalog.library.cornell.edu/catalog/9926144