Toni Morrison's World of Fiction

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Index
African woman 71
Ajax 40
Albert Schweitzer Professor of Humanities5
Austen, Jane2
Bains, Guitar45
Baker, Houston3
Bambara, Toni Cade4
Beloved5, 6, 81
Black Book, The4, 81, 82
Bluest Eye, The4, 18, 31, 42
Bottom, The 32
Breedlove, Cholly23
Breedlove, Pauline20
Breedlove, Pecola19
Brown, Claude3
Carmichael, Stokeley3
Carter, Jimmy5
Cheneysville Incident, The45
Childs, Jadine63
Circe 49
Dead, Macon, I 46
Dead, Macon, II 46
Dead, Milkman45
Dead, Ruth Foster47
Denver85
Donne, John42
Dorcas 100
Dreaming Emmett5
Eloe, Florida73
Eva34
Faulkner, William11
Felice 101
First Corinthians 47
Flaubert, Gustav2
Garner, Margaret5, 81, 83, 84
Geraldine 22
Gideon66
Grable, Betty20
Green, William "Son" 63
Hagar 47
Hannah 35
Harlem100
Harlem Book of the Dead, The82
Harlow, Jean20
Harris, Joel Chandler64
Imitation of Life21
Invisible Man45
Jazz6, 82, 100
Jones, Gayle4
Junior, Louis22
MacTeer, Claudia18, 58
Magdelene47
Manchild in the Promised Land3, 45
Middle Passage 85, 86
Morrison, Harold4
Morrison, Toni
characters 12
communal music 8
concern with language 7
developing a sound 10
direction of tragedy 13
griot 10
guiding voice 11
heritage 15
issues and ideas 14
life 1
lines of development 62
"oral" quality 11
politics 16

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgements v
  • Contents vi
  • Chapter 1 - Introduction 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Bluest Eye 18
  • Chapter 3 - Sula 31
  • Chapter 4 - Song of Solomon 45
  • Chapter 5 - Tar Baby 62
  • Chapter 6 - Trilogy in Progress: Beloved and Jazz 81
  • Notes 105
  • Bibliography 111
  • Index 126
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