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The Novels of Toni Morrison: Postmodernist Perspectives

Syed Wahaj Mohsin (Author) Ms Shaista Taskeen (Author)

Postmodernism and Afro-American literary discourse are closely entwined in the fiction of Toni Morrison, argue the writers in this pioneering book. The Novels of Toni Morrison: Postmodernist Perspectives leads the readers through the fictional corpus of Toni Morrison, an illustrious Afro-American female author and Nobel Laureate. Fresh insights into the realm of postmodernism from the perspective of Afro-American consciousness are delivered with consistency of expression. A comprehensive picture of the history of Afro-American literature is presented in the book for facilitating an improved understanding of the past. The narrative voices of major literary theorists and critics have been incorporated to enrich this scholarly endeavour. The Novels of Toni Morrison: Postmodernist Perspectives has been divided into various sections: a persuasive Introduction, a finely sketched Conclusion and four other detailed sections that offer a substantive and elaborate account of the postmodern experience in the novels of Toni Morrison. This book offers a spectrum of critical approaches, theories, and views. It is written with utmost precision to make it comprehensible and socially engaging for the general readers, students, and literary scholars.

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Title The Novels of Toni Morrison: Postmodernist Perspectives
Format Hardcover
Date published: 16.05.2019
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788126929870
length 216p.