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Unformatted text preview: Toni Morrison Bibliography 2000-2006 Thom Snowden Northern Kentucky University This bibliography was created from the following electronic sources: MLA International Bibliography , EbscoHost, World Cat, and ProQuest. The databases were accessed through W. Frank Steely Library at Northern Kentucky University. The citations were organized through RefWorks, a computer program. Special thanks go to the following people, all of Northern Kentucky University, for providing essential guidance and assistance: Rebecca Kelm, Steely Library; Robert T. Rhode, Department of Literature and Language; and Shannon McNay, Class of 2006. Articles Abádi-Nagy, Zoltán. "Fabula and Culture: Case Study of Toni Morrison's Jazz ." European Journal of English Studies 8.1 (2004): 13-25. Agbajoh-Laoye, G. Oty. "Motherline, Intertext and Mothertext: African Diasporic Linkages in Beloved and the Joys of Motherhood ." Literary Griot: International Journal of Black Expressive Cultural Studies 13.1-2 (2001): 128-46. Aguiar, Sarah Appleton. "Passing on Death: Stealing Life in Toni Morrison's Paradise ." African American Review 38.3 (2004): 513-19. Albrecht-Crane, Christa. "Becoming Minoritarian: Post-Identity in Toni Morrison's Jazz ." Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association 36.1 (2003): 56-73. Alliot, Bénédicte. "Images De l'Amérique Noire: Dans Beloved De Toni Morrison: La Representation En Question." Revue Française d'Etudes Américaines 89 (2001): 86- 97. Als, Hilton. "Ghosts in the House: How Toni Morrison Fostered a Generation of Black Writers." New Yorker 79.32 (2003): 64-75. Antonucci, Clara. "La Poesia Della Storia: Parola Del Mito e Grido Della Memoria in Song of Solomon Di Toni Morrison." Cuadernos de Literatura Inglesa y Norteamericana 8.1-2 (2005): 39-59. Atlas, Marilyn J. "The Issue of Literacy in America: Slave Narratives and Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye ." Midamerica: The Yearbook of the Society for the Study of Midwestern Literature 27 (2000): 106-18. 2 Azevedo, Mail Marques de. "Timeless People in Afro-American Culture: The Female Ancestor in Maya Angelou and Toni Morrison." Estudos Anglo-Americanos 19-24 (1995): 139-44. Baillie, Justine. "Contesting Ideologies: Deconstructing Racism in African-American Fiction." Women: A Cultural Review 14.1 (2003): 20-37. Bennett, Juda. "Toni Morrison and the Burden of the Passing Narrative." African American Review 35.2 (2001): 205-17. Bidney, Martin. "Creating a Feminist-Communitarian Romanticism in Beloved : Toni Morrison's New Uses for Blake, Keats, and Wordsworth." Papers on Language and Literature: A Journal for Scholars and Critics of Language and Literature 36.3 (2000): 271-301. Bloom, Harold. "Two African-American Masters of the American Novel." Journal of Blacks in Higher Education 28 (2000): 89-93....
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2011 for the course ENGL 3210 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.
- Spring '08
- English, Literature, African American Literature, American Literature, Comparative Literature, Jazz, Absalom, Absalom!, The American, The Awakening, Beloved, The Bluest Eye, Ceremony, Clarissa, The Color Purple, Fences, A Gathering of Old Men , Go Down, Moses, The Great Gatsby, The House of the Spirits, Invisible Man, The Land, Light in August, Meridian, Mrs. Dalloway, Night, Paradise Lost , Ragtime , Song of Solomon, Sula, Their Eyes Were Watching God, Uncle Tom's Cabin, The Woman Warrior, Solomon Di Toni Morrison