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So, am I Shakespeare or am I Toni Morrison?

If we can’t trust online polls and quizzes, what can we trust?

An earlier analysis of the Fire Answers Fire manuscript reported here informed me that I was William Shakespeare (as did… 82 more words


Magical Realism in Afro-Literature

The death of Gabriel Garcia Marquez marks the passing of yet another literary giant.  His presence will be missed but his words are guaranteed to live on through his work.   448 more words

African Lit


I knew nothing about Toni Morrison or her novel, Beloved, except that it won a Nobel Prize.

I began reading, and I was hit over the head with a malicious baby ghost, a strange family, and a lurking history. 126 more words


Unedited Thesis for Comparison Analysis Paper

Divulging into that way that Harriet Jacobs, the protagonist of Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, and Toni Morrison, the author of… 20 more words

Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl vs Beloved

Published in 1861 in Boston, Harriet Jacobs, speaking through her narrator, Linda Brent, uses these words to first grasp our attention.

“Reader it is not to awaken sympathy for myself that I am telling you truthfully what I suffered.

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I will be blunt.

Belovedby Toni Morrison is not for the faint of heart. That being said, this does not mean it’s not for literature classes. 971 more words

Delmelza Ramirez

“Freeing yourself was one thing; claiming ownership of that freed self was another.” – Toni Morrison