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Toni Morrison: PLAYING WITH DIFFERENCE

Lucille P. Fultz

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ISBN 10: 0252028236 / ISBN 13: 9780252028236
Published by University of Illinois Press
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Title: Toni Morrison: PLAYING WITH DIFFERENCE

Publisher: University of Illinois Press

Binding: Hardback

Book Condition: New

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An in depth study uncovering Morrison's use of difference as a strategy to explore the African American experience beyond race to include gender, class, and region.

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"A richly rewarding approach to Morrison's works, addressing the complex interactions they develop among multiple differences--of race, gender, age, class, and economic status Fultz moves comfortably among theoretical, critical, and primary texts, and she has a lot to say."

Winner of the Toni Morrison Society "Best Book" award, 2005.

"A necessary and thought-provoking work. Fultz has absorbed Morrison's plea for readers who scrutinize her texts as carefully as the author herself does."--Robert Stepto, author of "Blue as the Lake: A Personal Geography and From Behind the Veil: A Study of Afro-American Narrative""

"A thought-provoking and penetrating work. . . . This sophisticated study expands our understanding of the complex, dynamic, and powerful ways in which literary form is placed, in Morrison's oeuvre, in dialogue with a rich and diverse content that sheds light on African American life from a variety of angles."--American Studies in Scandinavia

"A necessary and thought-provoking work. Fultz has absorbed Morrison's plea for readers who scrutinize her texts as carefully as the author herself does."--Robert Stepto, author of Blue as the Lake: A Personal Geography and From Behind the Veil: A Study of Afro-American Narrative

"A richly rewarding approach to Morrison's works, addressing the complex interactions they develop among multiple differences--of race, gender, age, class, and economic status. Fultz moves comfortably among theoretical, critical, and primary texts, and she has a lot to say."--Janis Stout, author of Through the Window, Out the Door: Women's Narratives of Departure, from Austen and Cather to Tyler, Morrison, and Didion

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