This interview is twenty-five-years old, and yet the discussion still seems relevant today. Toni Morrison talks to Bill Moyers about the depiction of people of color in literature as well as the role of that representation, both in reviews and in academic literary analysis.
This is the second part of a two-part interview, the first of which is titled On Love and Writing. You can view the first part here.
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