Toni Morrison's 'Beloved'
This paper looks at the personal and collective implications and ramifications of Paul D's recuperative journey toward self-reclamation in Morrison's 'Beloved '.
# 123201 | 1,500 words | 11 sources | MLA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Literature (World) , African-American Studies (Slavery) , Sociology (General)
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In this article, the writer provides a discussion of the character of Paul D in Toni Morrison's novel, 'Beloved'. The writer focuses on Paul D's recuperative physical and emotional journey with emphasis upon that journey's wider implications for the post-Civil War black community.
From the Paper:"Toni Morrison's prime supporting character Paul D embarks upon a physical emotional and spiritual journey in the novel 'Beloved' that ultimately culminates in personal familial and in terms of the larger historical ex-slave community collective ramifications. Via Morrison's cyclical mode of narration Paul D progresses geographically from the Kentucky slave plantation ironically designated Sweet Home to a Georgian prison in which he serves time toiling on a chain gang and finally ..."
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