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Published by Whitston Publishing Company .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Morrison, Toni - Prose & Criticism,
  • Literature - Classics / Criticism,
  • Literary Criticism,
  • American - African American,
  • American - African American & Black,
  • Women Authors

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Edition Notes

ContributionsSolomon O. Iyasere (Editor), Marla W. Iyasere (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8126325M
ISBN 100878755144
ISBN 109780878755141

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Understanding Toni Morrison's "Beloved" and "Sula" by Solomon O Iyasere, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Missing peace in Toni Morrison's Sula and Beloved / Rachel C. Lee The force outside/the force inside: mother-love and regenerative spaces in Sula and Beloved / Laurie Vickroy A blessing and a burden: the relation to the past in Sula, Song of Solomon and Beloved / Deborah Guth.   Two girls who grow up to become women. Two friends who become something worse than enemies. In this brilliantly imagined novel, Toni Morrison tells the story of Nel Wright and Sula Peace, who meet as children in the small town of Medallion, Ohio. Their devotion is fierce enough to withstand bullies and the burden of a dreadful secret. It endures even after /5(26). Understanding Toni Morrison's Beloved and Sula: selected essays and criticisms of the works by the Nobel Prize-winning author. Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a>, Missing peace in Toni Morrison\'s Sula and Beloved \/ Rachel C. Lee -- The force outside\/the force inside: mother-love and regenerative spaces in Sula and Beloved \/ Laurie.

  Toni Morrison's Beloved: ghosts of a brutal past In the final instalment of her series on the novel, Jane Smiley on why Toni Morrison’s Beloved - a Author: Jane Smiley. Sula, Morrison's second novel, focuses on a young black girl named Sula, who matures into a strong and determined woman in the face of adversity and the distrust, even hatred, of her by the black community in which she on delves into the strong female relationships between the novel's women and how these bonds both nurture and threaten individual female identity. “Some things you forget. Other things you never do. But it's not. Places, places are still there. If a house burns down, it's gone, but the place--the picture of it--stays, and not just in my remory, but out there, in the world. What I remember is a picture floating around out there outside my head. I mean, even if I don't think if, even if I Cited by: Beloved begins in in Cincinnati, Ohio, where Sethe, a former slave, has been living with her eighteen-year-old daughter Denver. Sethe’s mother-in-law, Baby Suggs, lived with them until her death eight years earlier. Just before Baby Suggs’s Cited by: