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Release on 1988 | by Nellie Y. McKay,Nellie Y. McKayHrsg.,IAN A. MCKAY,Martin Blank
Author: Nellie Y. McKay,Nellie Y. McKayHrsg.,IAN A. MCKAY,Martin Blank
Pubpsher: Twayne Publishers
Category: Literary Criticism
This gathering of critical essays is at once impressive and hospitable-- characteristic of Morrison's own work as well. Basically, the contributors of these pieces react to Morrison as a black novelist, as a female novelist, or as a practitioner of the novel form, period--black and female or otherwise. All of them are interested in how Morrison has stretched the boundaries of these three categories. Points are made, counterpoints offered, her works are examined and cross-examined. The general opinion is that in reading Morrison, critics and general audience alike experience the sheer pleasure of hearing all the resonances of a voice beautiful and powerful. ISBN 0-8161-8884-X: $37.50.