Understanding Toni Morrison's Beloved and Sula: Selected Essays and Criticisms of the Works by the Nobel Prize-Winning Author

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Understanding
Toni Morrison's
Beloved and Sula:
Selected Essays and Criticisms
of the works by the
Nobel Prize-winning author

edited by
Solomon O. Iyasere
Marla W. Iyasere
Whitston Publishing Company
Troy, New York
2000

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Acknowledgements viii
  • Toni Morrison: Selected Works xi
  • Introduction xii
  • Notes xxiii
  • The Tripled Plot and Center of Sula 1
  • Notes 17
  • Works Cited 18
  • Who Cares? Women-Centered Psychology in Sula 19
  • Note 46
  • Works Cited 47
  • Toni Morrison's Sula: A Black Woman's Epic 49
  • Notes 60
  • The Telling of Beloved 61
  • Notes 80
  • Toni Morrison's Beloved: History, "Rememory," and a "Clamor for a Kiss" 83
  • Notes 106
  • Works Cited 110
  • Belonging and Freedom in Morrison's Beloved: Slavery, Sentimentality, and the Evolution of Consciousness 113
  • Notes 139
  • Works Cited 140
  • Will the Parts Hold?: the Journey Toward a Coherent Self in Beloved 143
  • Works Cited 153
  • The Bonds of Love and the Boundaries of Self in Toni Morrison's Beloved 155
  • Notes 171
  • Works Cited 172
  • I Love to Tell the Story: Biblical Revisions in Beloved 173
  • Notes 187
  • Works Cited 189
  • Mixed Genres and the Logic of Slavery in Toni Morrison's Beloved 190
  • Notes 202
  • Narrative Control and Subjectivity: Dismantling Safety in Toni Morrison's Beloved 204
  • Notes 228
  • Works Cited 229
  • Giving Body to the Word: the Maternal Symbolic in Toni Morrison's Beloved 231
  • Notes 250
  • Works Cited 254
  • Pain and the Unmaking of Self in Toni Morrison's Beloved 258
  • Notes 273
  • Works Cited 275
  • Missing Peace in Toni Morrison's Sula and Beloved 277
  • Notes 296
  • Works Cited 296
  • The Force Outside/The Force Inside: Mother-Love and Regenerative Spaces in Sula and Beloved 297
  • Notes 313
  • Works Cited 313
  • A Blessing and a Burden: the Relation to the Past in Sula, Song of Solomon and Beloved 315
  • Notes 332
  • Works Cited 334
  • Sula and Beloved: Images of Cain in the Novels of Toni Morrison 338
  • Notes 355
  • Works Cited 355
  • Selected Bibliography 357
  • Contributors to Understanding Toni Morrison's Beloved and Sula 367
  • Index 372
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