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beloved

Date Submitted: 05/10/2002 11:31:57
Category: / Literature / English
Length: 4 pages (1132 words)
Morrison's Beloved: The Psychological Suffrage of Former Slaves Toni Morrison's Beloved (1987) was her fifth novel, and consequently the most controversial work she had ever written. Morrison was working as a senior editor at the publishing firm Random House when she was editing a nineteenth century article which was in a historical book and found the basis for this story. A direct connection between Morrison and this novel is best demonstrated by Morrison's statement of " I …
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…interested in slavery, this novel will captivate almost anyone because it is not only a tale of slavery, but it is also a tale of human beings' mistakes and their consequences that we must pay for them. WORKS CITED Brown, Rosellen. "The Pleasure of Enchantment." The Nation October 1987: 418-421. Crouch, Stanley. "Aunt Medea." The News Republic, October 1987: 38-43. Morrison, Toni. Beloved. Maine: Thorndike, 1987. Snitow, Ann. "Death Duties: Toni Morrison Looks Back in Sorrow." VLS 58 (1988) : 25-26.
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