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American author toni morrison won the pulitzer prize in fiction (1988) and the nobel prize in literature (1993) following the publication of beloved in 1987. Toni morrison's novel beloved analyzed in the context of a survey of the african american experience of slavery, and discussion of selected slave narratives. Review [beloved] has left the realm of fiction and become a force of nature ( guardian) about the author toni morrison was awarded the nobel prize in.