Toni Morrison's Beloved: A Casebook (Casebooks in Criticism)

Toni Morrison's Beloved: A Casebook (Casebooks in Criticism)

Nellie Y. McKay


With the ongoing growth of the literary canon, multicultural works of recent literary fiction and autobiography have assumed an expanding value for college kids and students of yankee literature. This fascinating new sequence assembles key records and feedback relating those works that experience so lately turn into vital parts of the yankee literature curriculum. every one casebook will reprint files when it comes to the work's old context and reception, current the easiest in serious essays, and while attainable, function an interview of the writer. The sequence will offer, for the 1st time, an obtainable discussion board within which readers can come to a fuller knowing of those modern masterpieces and the original features of yank ethnic, racial, or cultural adventure that they so ably portray.

This casebook to Morrison's vintage novel provides seven essays that characterize the simplest in modern feedback of the publication. moreover, the publication encompasses a poem and an abolitionist's tract released after a slave named Margaret Garner killed her baby to save lots of her from slavery--the very incident Morrison fictionalizes in Beloved.

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