Beloved By Toni Morrison
Beloved by Toni Morrison, is a piercing novel of powerful images, of captivating tenderness and constant self-abasement. The conflict is centered around the revages caused by slavery in America, which prompts the protagonist, sethe, to flee the ironically named Kentucky plantation, Sweet Home, in search of a life of diginty and freedom in the free state of Ohio. This contemporary novel succeeds in proving the immense prower of the spirit, the power of the memory and the power of love.
The novel begins with an ironic situation. Sethe, an ex-slave, finds herself in a free state, yet she is f…
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