'REMEMORY': PRIMAL SCENES AND CONSTRUCTIONS IN TONI MORRISON'S NOVELS
- THE NOVELIST AS CONSERVATOR: STORIES AND COMPREHENSION IN TONI MORRISON'S SONG OF SOLOMON. Mason Jr., Theodore O. // Contemporary Literature;Winter88, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p564
Focuses on the literary works of novelists Toni Morrison. Characterization of Morrison as a postmodern fictionalist; Illusion of the outside world as an innate coherence conferred by language; Overview of the book 'Song of Solomon.'
- SELF, SOCIETY, AND MYTH IN TONI MORRISON'S FICTION. David, Cynthia A. // Contemporary Literature;Summer82, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p323
Focuses on the literary writings of novelist Toni Morrison. Combination of social observation with broadening and allusive commentary; Criticism on the works of Morrison; Use of mythic structure in writing.
- At home with Toni Morrison. Italie, Hillel // Charlotte Post;5/17/2012, Vol. 37 Issue 36, p6B
The article features American novelist Toni Morrison.
- Toni Morrison's "Jazz" and the City. Paquet-Deyris, Anne-Marie // African American Review;Summer2001, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p219
Features Toni Morrison's narrative "Jazz" and the city in the U.S. Description of a narrative voice; Role of music in providing the historical background of the narrative voice; Definition of the sense of place.
- Toni Morrison: Bearing Witness for the Voiceless. Iyasere, Solomon O.; Iyasere, Marla W. // Understanding Toni Morrison's 'Beloved' & 'Sula': Selected Essay;2000, preceding p2
The article discusses essays about the works of women novelist Toni Morrison included in the book "Understanding Toni Morrison's Beloved and Sula: Selected Essays and Criticisms of the Works by the Nobel Prize-Winning Author," including an analysis of "Sula," and the examination of a woman's...
- The Measurement of Love in Toni Morrison's Beloved. McKinsey, Beatrice; Potts, III, James B. // POMPA: Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association;2011, p164
A literary criticism of the book "Beloved," by Toni Morrison is presented. It discusses how African-American slaves felt about love. It examines the measurement of love in various types of relationships such as mother and child relationship, male and female relationship, and self-love. An...
- WRITERS AND READERS, THE WRITTEN AND THE READ: V.S. NAIPAUL AND GUERRILLAS. Ten Kortenaar, Neil // Contemporary Literature;Fall90, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p324
Focuses on the literary style of novelist V.S. Naipaul in his book 'Guerillas.' Theme of the novel 'Guerillas'; Details on the characters of the fiction; Overview of the 'Guerillas.'
- THE TONI AWARD. // New Republic;6/19/89, Vol. 200 Issue 25, p9
Comments on novelist Toni Morrison's views on the problem of racism in the U.S. Criticisms by Morrison against proposed solutions to racism; Examination of Morrison's novel and how it romanticizes victims of racism; Implications on race relations and literature.
- Beloved and Julia Kristeva's The Semiotic and The Symbolic. Sadehi, Camelia Talebian // Theory & Practice in Language Studies;Jul2012, Vol. 2 Issue 7, p1491
One of the most important African-American female novelists of the 20th century is Toni Morrison. Her novels consider the blight of the black people in American history. This article intends to focus on Morrison's Beloved in the light of Julia Kristeva's theory of the semiotic and the symbolic....