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Novelist Toni Morrison on Violence Against Women

Morrison has a new novel "Jazz," about violence against women in 1920s Harlem. Her last novel, "Beloved," won a Pulitzer prize.


Other segments from the episode on July 3, 1992

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, July 3, 1992: Interview with Toni Morrison; Interview with Tom Seaver; Review Ernie Krivda's album "Ernie Krivda Jazz."


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