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Toni Morrison / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Chelsea House,
Copyright Date:
116 p. ; 23 cm.
Morrison, Toni--Study guides.--Study guides.
Women and literature--United States--History--20th century.
Afro-Americans in literature.
Other Authors:
Bloom, Harold.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 111-114) and index.
Pamela E. Barnett on images of rape and the supernatural in the novel. [pt. 4]. Plot summary of The bluest eye -- List of characters in The bluest eye -- Critical views on The bluest eye: -- Madonne M. Miner on rape, madness, and silence in the novel -- Susan Willis on eruptions of "funk" in the novel -- Donald B. Gibson on text and countertext in the novel -- Linda Dittmar on the politics of form in the novel -- Toni Morrison on creating The bluest eye -- Linden Peach on the levels of irony in the novel -- [pt. 2]. Plot summary of Sula -- List of characters in Sula -- Critical views on Sula: -- Rita A. Bergenholtz on the novel as satire -- Marie Nigro on the novel's mythical community -- Barbara Christian on the community's use of Sula's "Evil Nature" -- Hortense J. Spillers on the character of Sula -- Melvin Dixon on the novel shifting patterns of accountability -- Trudier Harris on African American folk tradition and the novel -- [pt. 3]. Plot summary of Song of Solomon -- List of characters in Song of Solomon -- Critical views on Song of Solomon: -- Wilfred D. Samuels on the depth of the novel's male characters -- Stephanie A. Demetrakopoulos on the needs of Hagar's feminine typology -- Harry Reed on the mother/son conflict in the novel -- Michael Awkward on the tragic ironies of the novel's male epic -- Doreatha Drummond Mbalia on Milkman's rise to race and class consciousness -- Jan Furman on Milkman's heroic quest -- [pt. 4]. Plot summary of Beloved -- List of characters in Beloved -- Critical views on Beloved -- David Lawrence on exorcising ghosts from body and community in the novel -- Bernard W. Bell on Morrison's womanist remembrances of things past -- Stephanie A. Demetrakopoulos on the death of the maternal in Sethe -- Linda Krumholz on Beloved as a story of individual and national rememory -- Ashraf H. D. Rushdy on Seth's process of healing -- Caroline Rody on the novel as an historical novel -- Pamela E. Barnett on images of rape and the supernatural in the novel.
Bloom's major novelists
9780791052587 (hardcover)
0791052583 (hardcover)
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