Toni Morrison and the American tradition : a rhetorical reading /
Widely recognized as one of the most significant writers America has produced, Toni Morrison has consistently confounded critics. As she says herself, she seeks to avoid being "like Joyce, Hardy, and Faulkner." In this work, Rice explores the ways Morrison is like and unlike writers such a...
New York :
|Series:||American university studies. Series XXIV, American literature,
vol. 60 |
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