Blackhole in the Dust the Novels of Toni Morrison

 
9788184352207: Blackhole in the Dust the Novels of Toni Morrison

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Kavita Arya
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Book Description Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. The book explores the lives of African-American women in America whose only crime is their colour, gender and poverty, and who must suffer because they are born African-American female and poor in a world where only the white, male and rich are cherished and considered human or worthy of attention. So Morrison?s aim has been to use her creativity to pull such women out of the anonymity of existence and place them at the throbbing heart of literature. She, through her writing protest against exploitation. The book reveals the roots of oppression, i.e., race, gender and class are mutually interdependent. Printed Pages: 169. Bookseller Inventory # 3490

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Book Description Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors, 2010. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. First edition. The book explores the lives of African-American women in America whose only crime is their colour, gender and poverty, and who must suffer because they are born African-American female and poor in a world where only the white, male and rich are cherished and considered human or worthy of attention. So Morrisonâs aim has been to use her creativity to pull such women out of the anonymity of existence and place them at the throbbing heart of literature. She, through her writing protest against exploitation. The book reveals the roots of oppression, i.e., race, gender and class are mutually interdependent. Printed Pages: 169. Bookseller Inventory # 3490

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