"Beloved" by Toni Morrison. Relationship between Sethe and Beloved
In Toni Morrison Beloved, the main character Sethe must confront the past and Beloved in order to heal the wounds it has caused. The main character Sethe is disturbed by the traumas of racism and slavery, which caused her to kill her first infant name Beloved. Throughout the novel, Sethe works hard to avoid the past, which has caused her nothing but pain and horror while she was at the Sweet Home. The relationship between Sethe and Beloved takes an inverse role when Beloved resurfaces. Sethe, in particular, shows the tendency to hold back the past; but until she faces Beloved, she truly ca…
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