Toni Morrison Explained: A Reader's Road Map to the Novels
Navigate the complex terrain of Toni Morrison's novels with the clear guidance and contagious enthusiasm of Ron David.
Nobel Laureate Toni Morrison is a much-read and much-loved author -- but her books are often difficult to understand and frustrating for even her most ardent fans. Now Ron David has drawn a clear road map through Morrison's novels, outlining themes within and across books, clarifying plot lines, and opening Morrison's world to all readers.
Conversational in tone, thoughtful, and chock-full of eurekas, Ron David's easy-to-follow guide to Toni Morrison's novels will be welcomed by reading groups, students, and Toni Morrison fans everywhere.
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