physically and psychically safe in the broad sense of a homeland for African Americans. Akhtar, Jaleel (2015 dismemberment in the fiction of Toni Morrison. My final chapter focusses on Morrisons most recent novel Home, which is about homecoming. My three-part study examines the way her deployment of Graeco-Roman tradition destabilizes mythologies of the American Dream, prevailing narratives of America's history, and national ideologies of purity. Show full item record.
Dismemberment in the Fiction of Toni Morrison investigates the motif of dismemberment in Morrisons fiction from multiple perspectiveshistorical, psychological and cultural. Request Changes to record. Part I shows that Morrison enlists tragic conventions to problematize the Dream's central tenets of upward mobility, progress and freedom.
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Home offers a place of salvation from social, historical and psychic fragmentation or the traumas of racism which result in experiences of disruption, amputation and dismemberment. View download statistics for this item. My first chapter on A Mercy focusses on the aspect of historical dismemberment in the context of colonialism and slavery. Her interest in the hegemonic fabrication of classical tradition as itself a pure and purifying force is matched by her insistence on that tradition's African elements, and thus on its potent impurity. Part II demonstrates that it is through her classical allusiveness that. Doctoral thesis (DPhil University of Sussex. Roynon, Tessa Kate (2006 transforming America : Toni Morrison and classical tradition. This thesis examines a significant but little-studied feature of Toni Morrison's work: her ambivalent engagement with classical tradition. Library of Congress Subject Headings tcm research paper (lcsh Morrison, Toni - Criticism and interpretation, Classicism in literature, United States - Civilization - Classical influences.
Download (16Mb official URL: /recordb2172412S15. Item Type: Thesis or Dissertation (PhD subjects: P Language and Literature PS American literature. The characterization of Sula emphasizes the psychological need for a scapegoat figure who can give an outlet to the defensive tendencies of the community following discrimination.