A Tour of Oprah's Library
Where does the woman who got America reading curl up with a good novel?
Photo: Jonny Valiant
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"Standing Woman with Pleated Skirt," a 1926 sculpture by French-American artist Gaston Lachaise, presides over copies of Poems of Black Africa, Arnold Adoff's Slow Dance Heart Break Blues, and And So I Sing, a book about African-American opera divas.
Art © The Lachaise Foundation