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Reading, Learning, Teaching Toni Morrison

ISBN-13:
9781433102233
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Seiten:
196
Autor:
Karen F. Stein
Gewicht:
300 g
Format:
230x160x mm
Serie:
.10, Confronting the Text, Confronting the World
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Reading, Learning, Teaching Toni Morrison draws on contemporary scholarship and Morrison's own commentary to explicate all of her novels published to date, including her 2008 novel A Mercy .Morrison, the 1993 Nobel Prize winner, is an unabashedly confrontational author. Her profound and complex novels address problems such as slavery, violence, poverty, and sexual abuse. Morrison's work encompasses a project of total cultural renewal: she re-imagines and reaffirms the experience of African Americans from the earliest days of slavery up to the present, avoiding stereotypes or oversimplification. She employs African and Western literary traditions and conventions as a basis for both structure and critique, re-writing some of the "master narratives" of American culture and history. This book analyzes Morrison's novels in the context of African American history and literature, and provides supplemental material to guide teachers and students to understand and appreciate Morrison's novels.

Reading, Learning, Teaching Toni Morrison draws on contemporary scholarship and Morrison's own commentary to explicate all of her novels published to date, including her 2008 novel A Mercy .Morrison, the 1993 Nobel Prize winner, is an unabashedly confrontational author. Her profound and complex novels address problems such as slavery, violence, poverty, and sexual abuse. Morrison's work encompasses a project of total cultural renewal: she re-imagines and reaffirms the experience of African Americans from the earliest days of slavery up to the present, avoiding stereotypes or oversimplification. She employs African and Western literary traditions and conventions as a basis for both structure and critique, re-writing some of the "master narratives" of American culture and history. This book analyzes Morrison's novels in the context of African American history and literature, and provides supplemental material to guide teachers and students to understand and appreciate Morrison's novels.
Autor: Karen F. Stein
The Author: Karen F. Stein, Professor of English and Women's Studies at the University of Rhode Island, has served as Chair of the English Department and the Director of the Women's Studies Program at URI. For her work on behalf of women, she was named a Rhode Island Woman of the Year in 2007. She has lectured, taught, and published articles on Margaret Atwood, Toni Morrison, Sylvia Plath, Adrienne Rich, and other American women writers. She published Margaret Atwood Revisited in 1999.
Autor: Karen F. Stein
ISBN-13:: 9781433102233
ISBN: 1433102234
Verlag: Peter Lang Ltd. International Academic Publishers
Gewicht: 300g
Seiten: 196
Sprache: Englisch
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