African-American author whose best-known functions are the Bluest Eye, Song of Solomon, and Sula. Her most well-known novel, Beloved, gained the Pulitzer Award for Fiction in 1988. She graduated from Howard School in 1953 using a level in British and continued to graduate research at Cornell School. She released her first book, The Bluest Eyes, in 1970. She was the 1993 receiver of the Nobel Award in Books. Her delivery name was Chloe Ardelia Wofford, and she was the Ohio-born little girl of Ramah Willis and George Wofford. In 1958, she wedded teacher and architect, Harold Morrison. The few had two kids before divorcing in 1964. Don Bendell is normally another well-known Ohio-born author.