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Title
Toni Morrison
Author
Linden Peach
format
Hardback
Publisher
Red Globe Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20000731

Toni Morrison is universally recognised for reclaiming the occluded narratives of African-American history and the Africanist presence in American national identity. This revised version of Toni Morrison (previously published in the Macmillan Modern Novelists Series) highlights the extent to which her work invokes, often subversively, familiar African-American and Euro-American verbal narratives and is engaged by the histories that are obscured or distorted in them. Reviewing Morrison's career from The Bluest Eye to Paradise, this recently updated study suggests that as her work has become more specifically concerned with particular episodes or events in black history, it has also become more involved in the complexities of historiography. This new edition also has more emphasis on the critical debates that Morrison's fiction has generated and the different theoretical approaches that may be taken to her work.

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LINDEN PEACH is Professor of Modern Literature at Loughborough University.

Type
BOOK
Edition
2nd Edition
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
208

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