The Black Women Writers enriched American life and have given voice to the Black experience. An aesthetic perspective that embraces the racial loyalty and pride can be found in Toni Morrison’s works. In 1993, Morrison received the Nobel Prize in literature, the first African-American ever to be so honoured. Her best-selling novels, The Bluest Eye, Sula, Song of Solomon, Tar Baby, Beloved, Jazz, Paradise and Love, combine the symbolic virtues of modernism with the politics of the Black Aesthetic. The fictional world of Morrison is concerned with people who, in terms of their ancestry, are displaced, dispossessed and separated from their identity and history. She has become one of the most frequently discussed African-American authors in history. A versatile and gifted writer, Morrison is especially acclaimed for her novels. In beautiful but often disturbing language, she has created literary masterpieces out of the effects of the most debilitating problems in American life. Morrison’s genius has earned her praise as the most internationally celebrated African-American writer in history and indeed as one of western culture’s premier twentieth century authors.