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The Novels Of Toni Morrison: The Search For Self And Place Within The Community

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This study focuses on the cultural and communal traditions embedded in the five novels written by Toni Morrison. It explores how these traditions influence the search for self and place within a given African-American community. Thoroughly researched, the book examines historical and ideological aspects of African-American literature while offering in-depth critical ...more
Hardcover, 172 pages
Published November 1st 1992 by Peter Lang Publishing
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Johanna
May 17, 2007 Johanna rated it it was amazing
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Dr. Bjork's "The Novels of Toni Morrison" is must have resource for anyone researching Toni Morrison and her works. The author not only equips the researcher with well developed information, Bjork also offers an excellent work cited list at the end of this resource. This should be one of the first stops for a Toni Morrison researcher. Highly recommended for any academic libraries literature collection.




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