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Title Toni Morrison : Paradise, Love, A mercy / edited by Lucille P. Fultz.

Publication Info. London ; New York : Bloomsbury, 2013.

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Description 1 online resource (x, 211 pages) : illustrations.
Series Bloomsbury studies in contemporary North American fiction
Bloomsbury studies in contemporary North American fiction.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "Toni Morrison features a collection of ten new essays by noted Morrison scholars, including recipients of the Toni Morrison Society Book Award. Focusing upon Morrison's most recently published novels (Paradise, Love, A Mercy) the contributors to this volume revisit issues that continue to engage Morrison and are part of the currency of contemporary American literary and cultural history. These selections examine Morrison's ongoing "romance" with African Americans as they continue to battle the demons of race, gender, class, and poverty, to name a few. Together, these essays offer comprehensive and nuanced discussions of Morrison's latest novels and provide new directions for Morrison scholarship in the twenty-first century. This volume provides students of literature, cultural studies, and history with an overview of Morrison's examination of African American progress and leadership at key moments in American history and culture from the Colonial Period to the present. Through their thematic interconnectedness, the essays reveal Morrison at her most brilliant in her ability to reach into the past to comment on contemporary issues."--Publisher's website.
Contents Introduction: The grace and gravity of Toni Morrison / Lucille P. Fultz -- Separate spheres?: The appropriation of female space in Paradise / Shirley A. Stave -- The working through of the disconsolate: transformative spirituality in Paradise / Gurleen Grewal -- Reclaiming the presence of the marginalized: silence, violence, and nature in Paradise / Aoi Mori -- "Some to hold, some to tell": secrets and the trope of silence in Love / Carolyn Denard -- Power and betrayal: social hierarchies and the trauma of loss in Love / Evelyn Jaffe Schreiber -- The power in "yes": pleasure, dominion, and conceptual doubling in Love / Herman Beavers -- Narrative epistemology: storytelling as agency in A mercy / Jami Carlacio -- "What lay beneath the names": the language and landscapes of A mercy / Marc C. Conner -- Visions and revisions of American masculinity in A mercy / Susan Neal Mayberry.
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Subject Morrison, Toni -- Criticism and interpretation.
Morrison, Toni. Paradise.
Morrison, Toni. Love.
Morrison, Toni. Mercy.
Morrison, Toni -- Criticism and interpretation.
Morrison, Toni, 1931- Love.
Morrison, Toni, 1931- A mercy.
Morrison, Toni, 1931- Paradise.
African Americans in literature.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Electronic books.
Added Author Fultz, Lucille P., 1937-
Other Form: Print version: Toni Morrison. London ; New York : Bloomsbury, 2013 9781441130136 (DLC) 2012011976 (OCoLC)657603616
ISBN 144111968X (pbk.)
1441125396 (PDF)
1441130136 (hardback)
1441167919 (epub)
9781441119681 (pbk.)
9781441125392 (PDF)
9781441130136 (hardback)
9781441167910 (epub)
9781283853774 (MyiLibrary)
1283853779 (MyiLibrary)