Morrison's Beloved

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Morrison’s
Beloved
By Mary Robinson, M.A.
and Kris Fulkerson, M.A
.IN THIS BOOK
■ Learn about the life and writings of Toni Morrison
■ Preview an introduction to Beloved
■ Explore the novel’s themes and character development in the
Critical Commentaries
■ Examine in-depth Character Analyses
■ Acquire an understanding of key themes with Critical Essays
■ Reinforce what you learn with CliffsNotes Review
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  • Title Page i
  • Table of Contents iii
  • How to Use This Book vi
  • Life and Background of the Author 1
  • Introduction to the Novel 11
  • Critical Commentaries 22
  • Epigraph 23
  • Part One- Chapter 1 24
  • Part One- Chapter 2 28
  • Part One- Chapter 3 30
  • Part One- Chapter 4 33
  • Part One- Chapter 5 35
  • Part One- Chapter 6 37
  • Part One- Chapter 7 39
  • Part One- Chapter 8 42
  • Part One- Chapter 9 45
  • Part One- Chapter 10 48
  • Part One- Chapter 11 51
  • Part One- Chapter 12 53
  • Part One- Chapters 13 and 14 56
  • Part One- Chapter 15 59
  • Part One- Chapter 16 61
  • Part One- Chapters 17 and 18 63
  • Part Two- Chapters 20 and 21 71
  • Part Two- Chapters 22 and 23 73
  • Part Two- Chapter 24 75
  • Part Two- Chapter 25 78
  • Part Three- Chapter 26 80
  • Part Three- Chapter 27 85
  • Part Three- Chapter 28 87
  • Character Analyses 88
  • Critical Essays 93
  • CliffsNotes Review 107
  • CliffsNotes Resource Center 110
  • Index 113
  • Notes 118
  • CliffsNotes@CliffsNotes.Com 121
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