Toni Morrison


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An in depth study uncovering Morrison's use of difference as a strategy to explore the African American experience beyond race to include gender, class, and more

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  • Hardback | 160 pages
  • 161.5 x 238 x 17.8mm | 371.95g
  • University of Illinois Press
  • Baltimore, United States
  • English
  • New.
  • 0252028236
  • 9780252028236
  • 1,680,946

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"A richly rewarding approach to Morrison's works, addressing the complex interactions they develop among multiple differences--of race, gender, age, class, and economic status. Fultz moves comfortably among theoretical, critical, and primary texts, and she has a lot to say."--Janis Stout, author of Through the Window, Out the Door: Women's Narratives of Departure, from Austen and Cather to Tyler, Morrison, and Didion "A thought-provoking and penetrating work. . . . This sophisticated study expands our understanding of the complex, dynamic, and powerful ways in which literary form is placed, in Morrison's oeuvre, in dialogue with a rich and diverse content that sheds light on African American life from a variety of angles."--American Studies in Scandinavia "A necessary and thought-provoking work. Fultz has absorbed Morrison's plea for readers who scrutinize her texts as carefully as the author herself does."--Robert Stepto, author of Blue as the Lake: A Personal Geography and From Behind the Veil: A Study of Afro-American Narrative Winner of the Toni Morrison Society "Best Book" award, more

About Lucille P. Fultz

Lucille P. Fultz, an associate professor of English at Rice University, has been an NEH fellow, a Mellon Fellow, and the recipient of a Ford Foundation grant. She is a coeditor of Double Stitch: Black Women Write about Mothers and Daughters and the author of essays on Toni Morrison that have appeared in collections published by Beacon Press and the University of Texas more

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