Toni Morrison

Awards and Honors

  • “Nothing ever quite equals the profound pleasure of receiving honors from people in one’s own home.” —Toni Morrisonin a letter to the Ohioana Library Association
  • 1975 – National Book Award nomination, for Sula
  • 1975 – Ohioana Book Award, for Sula
  • 1977 – National Book Critics Circle Award, for Song of Solomon
  • 1977 – American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters Award, for Song of Solomon
  • 1986 – New York State Governor’s Art Award
  • 1987 – National Book Award nomination
  • 1987 – National Book Critics Circle Award nomination
  • 1988 – Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, for Beloved
  • 1988 – Robert F. Kennedy Award, for Beloved
  • 1988 – American Book Award, Before Columbus Foundation, for Beloved
  • 1993 – Elizabeth Cady Stanton Award, National Organization of Women
  • 1993 – Nobel Prize in Literature
  • 1994 – Pearl Buck Award
  • 1994 – Rhegium Julii Prize
  • 1994 – Condorcet Medal (Paris, France)
  • 1994 – Commander of the Order of Arts and Letters (Paris, France),
  • 1996 – Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters, National Book Foundation
  • 2001 – National Humanities Medal
  • 2004 – Ohioana Book Award, category of fiction, for Love.
  • 2005 – Coretta Scott King Book Award, for Remember: The Journey to School
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