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Twentieth Century Interpretations of "Adventures of Huckleberry Finn": A Collection of Critical Essays. : PrenticeHall, 1968. Smith, Henry Nash. Mark Twain: The Development of a Writer. : Harvard University Press, 1962. 17 Toni Morrison's Beloved PAULS HARIJS TOUTONGHI B to the view that slaves remained their owner's property regardless of whether they were on free soil. The section of the book that takes place in this era brims over with brutal images, a hallmark of Morrison's writing. The chapters set twenty years later also have brutality—yet this brutality becomes internalized, as the site of slavery's legacy has moved from the external to the space of individual memory.
Not get the weapon in position to use it in any other way. All the whitemen have to do is wait. For his song, perhaps, to end? Sixo's impossible song, sung at impossible odds and the only self-actualization that Sixo can possibly hope for, is perhaps a way of looking at the novel's statement on trauma and the results of slavery. Sixo's song has importance only to himself, and, in the mirror of fiction, it becomes strangely important for each individual reader, in the closed world of the artistic exchange.
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American Writers Classics, Volume 1 by Jay Parini