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Toni Morrison is always good. Looks at the lives of several girls/women as related to slavery and/or patriarchy.Published 2 days ago by Ginny or Paul Lyman
This book was short (I read it in 6 hours) but in its compacted content are all of the makings of a great Toni Morrison novel: vivid imagery and a patchwork of characters who tell... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Tanya McKnight Williams
I'm a very competent reader and over the years, I've been forced to read Toni Morrison a few times. When I hated her style at age 13, I thought maybe I just wasn't mature enough to... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Christine Karavas
This story occurs in the late 1600s, during early days of slavery in America (that is, African people being used as slaves). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Barbara Saffer
I believe this is Morrison's finest work to date.
It is like god is speaking through her.
I could almost smell the rich earth and hear the crackle of branches in the forest as this novel unfolded. This is a tale of survival and healing in the frontier of America.Published 4 months ago by Anne-Marie
I love love love Toni Morrison. And I have several that are top of my list. But this one is my very favorite. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Catherine. Heathcliff