Nobel Speech and Acceptance

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Toni Morrison's speech, given at the Nobel Prize ceremony in Stockholm in December 1993, is a profound meditation on language and our responsibility towards it. She weaves her thoughts around a folk tale, which compares language with a fragile bird, a living being which can be paralysed or deadened by misuse. She attacks the obscuring language of ...

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Nobel Speech and Acceptance 1994, Chatto & Windus, London

ISBN-13: 9780701162351

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