Book: Beloved by Toni Morrison
Beloved by Toni Morrison pdf free download is a novel based on slavery and its effects. It was written after the American civil war. The story of the novel is inspired by Margaret Garner. She was a slave and succeeded to escape from slavery and cross the River Ohio. The main focus of the novel is on racism. That is like a poison. It can destroy a nation. This civil war was based on racism.
It was between African Americans and white Americans. White Americans were dominant and they consider Africans as a slave. They use them as their slaves. Further, after years they got some power. Also, they fought against white Americans for their rights and equality. The plot is based on a fight for rights until death. Seethe is the main character of the novel. A former slave living with her eighteen-year-old daughter Denver. Also, her mother in law lived with her until Denver was eight years old.
Once she got a clue to get rid of slavery. In Fact, She didn’t waste this chance and succeeded to escape. She has three children. Two boys and one girl, due to fear of re-capture she tries to kill her children. Also, she only can kill her youngest girl. Beloved was also her daughter. She was in life with Paul D he wants to start a new family with her. But after listening to the story of Seethe escape, he left her.
My topics of discussion in this novel are the mother-daughter relationship. Psychological effects of slavery, the definition of manhood, family relationship. After, reading the novel you will be able to understand these topics. How important family is? How much a mother loves her children. Toni Morrison was an American novelist. Moreover, She has written too many novels stories and non-fiction books also. Moreover, she was a professor at college.
She was born on February 18, 1931, in Ohio, United States. Her way of writing was amazing. Due to her novel “beloved”, she awarded Nobel prize in English literature. Further, Her other books are the bluest eyes, the song of Solomon and Sula. She died on August 5, 2019.
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