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Encyclopedia of Bondage: Re-accentuation of the Past of Slavery in Morrison’s Beloved

Journal: International Journal of English, Literature and Social Science (Vol.2, No. 3)

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Page : 001-003

Keywords : Re-accentuation; Past of Slavery; position of blacks; significance of the past; Morrison’s Beloved.;

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The works of Toni Morrison to a great extent mirror the history of Afro-Americans. As a main figure of the Afro-American Renaissance, Miss Morrison makes Re-accentuation of slavery from past into present. She has made use of fiction writing as a method for remaking the past of slavery in American society. The basic thought implanted in the narrative of fiction by Morrisonis the position of black community in the white American community in the present era as well as in the past. Her writing is totally dedicated and given to black peopleand is a steady attempt to place things in the correct way and setting for them.Morrison's Beloved (1987) manages past as a storyline of the ownership of the most tangible reality of human presence as well as the most intellectual of human connections.It spotlights the dialogic inclinations of memory of the past of slavery and its inventive ability to construct and reconstruct the implication of past of slavery.

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