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By Rachel Lister

This quantity deals scholars and e-book membership contributors a convenient and insight-filled consultant to Morrison's works and their relation to present occasions and well known culture.

• offers questions that may be used to generate ebook membership discussion

• contains sidebars to focus on attention-grabbing information regarding the writer and her work

• deals a specific, normal bibliography of print and digital assets to facilitate additional study

• movie variations of the author's works, corresponding to Beloved, are mentioned and their effect explored

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