Toni Morrison: Beloved Essays, Articles, Reviews
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With excerpts from interviews and reviews, an exploration of the historical documents and slave narrative traditions on which Morrison drew, and an insightful juxtaposition of psychoanalytic and postcolonial approaches to the novel, this guide places Beloved in the contexts of Morrison's oeuvre and other works of African American literature. Chapters focus on the supernatural elements of the work, as well as the author's treatment of the physical self.
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Publication date: 1/27/1999
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.00" long x 0.50" tall
|'An Extraordinary Act of Imagination': Reviews of Beloved and Interviews with Toni Morrison|
|'Trying to Fill in the Blanks': Beloved's Intertexts|
|'My Girl Come Home': Reading Beloved|
|'This Is Flesh I'm Talking About': Language, Subjectivity and the Body|
|'It's Not Over Just Because It Stops': Post-colonialism, Psychoanalysis, History|