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An Analysis of the Opening Chapter of Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon

This 5 page paper analyzes the first chapter of Song of Solomon, a novel by Toni Morrison. The writer suggests that in this openin...

Breasts and Beloved by Toni Morrison

In 8 pages the erogenous and nursing significance of breasts and the freedom and oppression they represent to Sethe are the focus ...

Good and Evil in Sula by Toni Morrison

Sula deals with the lives of these two opposed characters, The novel opens at the time when the girls were around the age of twel...

American Literary Progress from 1500 until 1940

In six pages this paper charts the course of American literature in a consideration of popular movements with examples and a focus...

Point of View in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon

In six pages this paper examines realiites of Pilate, Hagar, and Milkman in a consideration of the point of view featured in Toni ...

Confrontation in 2 Twentieth Century Novels

In twelve pages this paper examines confrontation in F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby and in Toni Morrison's Jazz. One othe...

Beloved by Toni Morrison

this 5 page paper summarizes the main issues Toni Morrison discusses in her award-winning novel Beloved. In particular, the writer...

Twentieth Century Literature and What an 'American' Represents

This paper contrasts and compares different images of being an American in eight pages as represented in Toni Morrison's The Blues...

The Concepts of Slavery and Motherhood in Toni Morrison's Novel Beloved

This 8 page paper considers Sethe's sense of what it means to be a mother in Toni Morrison's novel Beloved. The writer argues that...

Absence of Facial Expression in Tony Morrison's Novel Beloved

This 7 page paper argues that Toni Morrison's use of vacant facial expressions in her novel Beloved can be understood with referen...

A Feminist Perspective on Beloved by Toni Morrison

This 5 page paper examines Toni Morrison's novel Beloved from a feminist perspective. The writer analyzes Beloved herself, who app...

Beloved and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

This 6 page paper compares and contrasts the themes and characters in two of Toni Morrison's novels, Beloved and The Bluest Eye. T...

African American Artistic and Musical Contributions

In five pages this research paper assesses the artistic and musical contributions of African Americans throughout history in the m...

Virtue and Self-Discipline in Toni Morrison's Sula

This 5 page paper explores the concepts of virtue and self-discipline and how self-discipline applies to virtue in Toni Morrison's...

A Comparison between Sula by Toni Morrison and The Fox by D.H. Lawrence

This 5 page paper discusses the relationship among the female characters in Toni Morrison's Sula and The Fox by D.H. Lawrence. The...

The Development of Milkman Dead's Character in Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison

This 8 page paper discusses the development of the character of Milkman Dead in Toni Morrison's novel Song of Solomon. The writer ...

Milkman Dead as a Classic Hero in Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison

This 6 page paper argues that Milkman Dead, a character in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon, can be described as a classic hero. Th...

Myth in Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison

This 6 page paper analyzes Toni Morrison's novel Song of Solomon and argues that it can be seen as a modern day myth in which a ma...

Compare and Contrast Two Characters in Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison

This 4 page paper compares and contrasts the characters of Milkman Dead and his father Macon in Toni Morrison's novel Song of Solo...

Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison and Quest

This paper examines how the 'quest' novel criteria is satisfied by Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon in six pages. There are no oth...

Toni Morrison's Beloved and the Degrees of Separation

An eight page paper looking at the issue of separation in Toni Morrison's modern classic. The paper points out that there are real...

Safety in Toni Morrison's Tar Baby

In five pages this essay examines safety issues as they are represented in husband and wife Valerian and Margaret in Toni Morrison...

Beloved by Toni Morrison - An Analysis

play in the narrative, it is helpful to have an understanding of the overall plot and its major components. Plot Synopsis Altho...

Literature and the Freedom Concept

In four pages this paper examines how personality is affected by freedom in this analysis of Toni Morrison's 'Beloved' and Margare...

Slavery's 'Long Arm' and the Literature of African Americans

In six pages the enslavement of African American females as depicted in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, Toni Mo...

A Psychological Examination of Sethe, from “Beloved”

also alienates Sethes daughter Denver, who hates him because Beloved is interested in him; Denver wants to keep Beloved to herself...

Racism in The Bluest Eye

read. Morrison presents these excerpts, and the distorted excerpts, to illustrate a nation that has long held racism out for all t...

Sula by Toni Morrison

It is a story that could well be about any community in any part of the world. In essence, unlike many of Morrisons...

Issues in Morrison's The Bluest Eye

that is, as more closely comply with white standards of beauty are regarded with more favor by both whites and blacks, such as the...

Naming Conventions in "Beloved"

harrowing existence would lead a mother to that sort of desperate act. But still, no matter why she did it, and even if death is b...