Skip to main content
It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results.
General Criticism of Toni Morrison Works
Toni Morrison by Critical Perspectives - Past and Present This first volume in the Amistad Literary Series analyses the work of Nobel and Pulitzer Prize winning author Toni Morrison who is generally regarded to be the most formally sophisticated novelist in the history of African-American literature. Contributors include Margaret Atwood, Barbara Christian and John Irving.
Call Number: 813.5409 MORRISON TON
Publication Date: 1993-07-01
Toni Morrison by Toni Morrison has pinpointed the 'trauma of racism' as 'the severe fragmentation of the self' (Morrison, Unspeakable 214), and her works are dedicated to envisioning for African Americans ways of defining and developing identity for themselves, their comm
Publication Date: 2009-10-10
The Cambridge Companion to Toni Morrison by Nobel laureate Toni Morrison is one of the most widely studied of contemporary American authors. Her novels, particularly Beloved, have had a dramatic impact on the American canon and attracted considerable critical commentary. This 2007 Companion introduces and examines her oeuvre as a whole, the first evaluation to include not only her famous novels, but also her other literary works (short story, drama, musical, and opera), her social and literary criticism, and her career as an editor and teacher. Innovative contributions from internationally recognized critics and academics discuss Morrison's themes, narrative techniques, language and political philosophy, and explain the importance of her work to American studies and world literature. This comprehensive and accessible approach, together with a chronology and guide to further reading, makes this an essential book for students and scholars of African American literature.
Publication Date: 2007-09-13
Toni Morrison by - Brings together the best criticism on the most widely read poets, novelists, and playwrights - Presents complex critical portraits of the most influential writers in the English-speaking world--from the English medievalists to contemporary writers - Introductory essay by Harold Bloom
Publication Date: 2004-08-01
Toni Morrison by Toni Morrison is considered a novelist of extraordinary gifts, and by her own assertion is an African-American nationalist and a Marxist feminist. Critical work in this volume covers topics such as the fictional world of Morrison, mixed genres and the logic of slavery in Beloved, and community and nature of Morrison's novels. Also included is an informative biography of the writer, a complete bibliography of her work, and a list of critical work about the writer.
Publication Date: 2002-08-01
Critical Writings on SULA
Novels for Students by Each volume in the Novels for Students Series contains easily accessible and context-rich discussions of the literary and historical significance of 14 to 15 major works from various cultures and time periods, including concise synopses of plot, characters and themes; a brief author biography; a discussion of the story's cultural and historical significance; and excerpted criticism.
Call Number: R 809 NOV volume.14