Toni Morrison Literary Style
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This paper examines Toni Morrison's complex and multilayered narratives with the experience of an African American slave and women that lived in the center of a man's world. This theme comprise most of her books. According to the paper, Morrison knows how to create characters with that seem real, settings that portray her characters, themes that make her characters and settings into narratives, and the voice of The paper concludes by stating that Morrison connects these to make her narrative come to life.
From the Paper:"The winner of a Nobel Prize in literature and a beloved author who knows and understands what it was like to be a slave and a woman, Toni Morrison, states, "I'm a Midwesterner, and everyone in Ohio is excited. I'm also a New Yorker, and a New Jerseyan, and an American, plus I'm African American, and a woman" (Grimes). Toni Morrison was born as Chloe Anthony Wofford in Lorain, Ohio, in 1931, to parents of Alabama sharecroppers (Caldwell). Morrison's parents moved north to Ohio to get away from the attitude white people had toward African Americans. Studying Morrison's complex and multilayered narratives with the experience of an African..."
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