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READ Tar Baby î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB The author of Song of Solomon now sets her extraordinary novelistic powers on a striking new course Tar Baby audacious and hypnotic is masterful in its mingling of tones of longing and alarm of urbanity and a primal mythic force in which the landscape itself becomes animate alive with a wild dark complicity in the fates of the people whose drama unfolds It is a novel suffused with a tense and passionate inuiry revealing a whole spectrum of emotions underlying the relationships between black men and women white men and women and black and white peopleThe place is a Caribbean island In their mansion overlooking the sea the cultivated millionaire Valerian Street now retired and his pretty younger wife Margaret go through rituals of living as if in a trance It is the black servant couple who have been with the Streets for years the fastidious butler Sydney and his strong yet remote wife who have arranged every detail of existence to create a surface calm broken only by sudden bur. The island exaggerated everything Too much light Too much shadow Too much rain Too much foliage and much too much sleep Toni Morrison Tar BabyI think the tropical Caribbean setting and all the talk of candy and flowers fooled me into thinking that this would be one of Toni Morrison s simpler reads It turns out that like with most Toni Morrison books it s impossible to summarize everything there s just too much to talk aboutIn this novel we meet retired rich American Valerian Street living on the L Isle des Chevaliers with his much younger wife Margaret two African American servants and their niece Jadine who is visiting from France A sailor Son who has abandoned ship enters their lives and that s when things get interesting I read this book as a story of many tensions tensions between couples tensions about old secrets race responsibilities and dreams For me the most important character in this book is Jadine I always like the rebel women and I think she is exactly that Unlike the other women portrayed in this book she s not portrayed as maternal at all additionally she has uniue dreams and aspirations and doesn t feel the need at all to fall back into the traditional ways of thinking Out of all the women in the book she seems to be the only one not willing to be limited by her gender and race When she says to herself but if you think you can get away with telling me what a black woman is or ought to be well that really spoke to me on so many levels as I m sure it will speak to a lot of black women Jadine is a light skinned black woman called yalla by the local islanders seen of as prim and proper because she lives in France and is a fashion model Son thinks she s a sell out and Jadine struggles with her thoughts on her identity as a black woman her white boyfriend in France having a white patron and feeling comfortable in white culture as that was where she was raised When she thinks about her boyfriend in France this is what goes through her mind thoughts on potential fetishization and authenticityI wonder if the person he wants to marry is me or a black girl And if it isn t me he wants but any black girl who looks like me talks and acts like me what will happen when he finds out that I hate ear hoops that I don t have to straighten my hair that Mingus puts me to sleep that sometimes I want to get out of my skin and be only the person inside not American not black just me I felt for Jadine thinking that she might be a race traitor for wanting to go back to France instead of moving back to the States I had supportive feelings towards Jadine throughout the book because I ve often been accused of not being black enough and I think that it s important for people to note that as black women our upbringings are diverse as are our temperaments personalities interests and everything else As such Son s treatment of Jadine s perceived lack of blackness really really irked me because I ve been on that receiving end although not as harshly And Son seems to be the opposite very rooted in and connected to his blackness and you wonder whether a relationship between him and Jadine could ever work out so it was a surprise to me that they embarked on a relationship and I wonder what that says about Son Their love story was so very intense Gradually she came to feel unorphaned He cherished and safeguarded her When she woke in the night from an uneasy dream she had only to turn and there was the stability of his shoulder and his limitless eternal chest No part of her was hidden from him She wondered if she should hold back keep something in store from him but he opened the hair on her head with his fingers and drove his tongue through the part There was nothing to forgive nothing to win and the future was five minutes away He unorphaned her completely Gave her a brand new childhood They were the last lovers in New York City the first in the world so their passion was inefficient and kept no savings account They spent it like TexansI was very intrigued about how place plays a part not just in a story but also in a relationship On a tropical island everything seems idyllic but after reading this book it s clear that running off to a tropical island isn t going to solve our problems and we will end up bringing our baggage with us And this also got me thinking about how a relationship started in one place and moved elsewhere works When Son goes back to the States the way he describes his home is so different to what we have seen in the Caribbean and it makes you wonder how things will change for him and Jadine on a different backdropSince 1971 Son had been seeing the United States through the international edition of Time by way of shortwave radio and the views of other crewmen It seemed sticky Loud red and sticky Its fields spongy its pavements slick with the blood of all the best peopleI have to mention the wife Margaret who really annoyed me I see her as the non black friend of a black person who feels as though she has somehow earned the right to make disparaging comments about black people She can t possibly be racist because after all she has a black friend Some of the comments that came out of Margaret s mouth were so foul I wish Jadine had been stronger and told her off instead of keeping her thoughts to herselfShe was uncomfortable with the way Margaret stirred her into blackening up or universaling out always alluding to or ferreting out what she believed were racial characteristics She ended by resisting both but it kept her alert about things she did not wish to be alert aboutThis was a great reread and I loved it considerably this time around I understood and I always get renewed appreciation for how Morrison helps us understand why her characters are the way they are but never expects us to side with them SuperFreakonomics Global Cooling Patriotic Prostitutes and Why Suicide Bombers Should Buy Life Insurance urbanity and a primal mythic force in which the landscape itself becomes animate alive with a wild dark complicity in the fates of the people whose drama The Malavikagnimitram of Kalidasa With the Commentary of Katayavema Various Readings Introduction Translation into English and Critical Explanatory notes unfolds It is a novel suffused with a tense and passionate inuiry revealing a whole spectrum of emotions Tocarnos la cara underlying the relationships between black men and women white men and women and black and white peopleThe place is a Caribbean island In their mansion overlooking the sea the cultivated millionaire Valerian Street now retired and his pretty younger wife Margaret go through rituals of living as if in a trance It is the black servant couple who have been with the Streets for years the fastidious butler Sydney and his strong yet remote wife who have arranged every detail of existence to create a surface calm broken only by sudden bur. The island exaggerated everything Too much light Too much shadow Too much rain Too much foliage and much too much sleep Toni Morrison Tar BabyI think the tropical Caribbean setting and all the talk of candy and flowers fooled me into thinking that this would be one of Toni Morrison s simpler reads It turns out that like with most Toni Morrison books it s impossible to summarize everything there s just too much to talk aboutIn this novel we meet retired rich American Valerian Street living on the L Isle des Chevaliers with his much younger wife Margaret two African American servants and their niece Jadine who is visiting from France A sailor Son who has abandoned ship enters their lives and that s when things get interesting I read this book as a story of many tensions tensions between couples tensions about old secrets race responsibilities and dreams For me the most important character in this book is Jadine I always like the rebel women and I think she is exactly that Unlike the other women portrayed in this book she s not portrayed as maternal at all additionally she has Ensayos bonsai uniue dreams and aspirations and doesn t feel the need at all to fall back into the traditional ways of thinking Out of all the women in the book she seems to be the only one not willing to be limited by her gender and race When she says to herself but if you think you can get away with telling me what a black woman is or ought to be well that really spoke to me on so many levels as I m sure it will speak to a lot of black women Jadine is a light skinned black woman called yalla by the local islanders seen of as prim and proper because she lives in France and is a fashion model Son thinks she s a sell out and Jadine struggles with her thoughts on her identity as a black woman her white boyfriend in France having a white patron and feeling comfortable in white culture as that was where she was raised When she thinks about her boyfriend in France this is what goes through her mind thoughts on potential fetishization and authenticityI wonder if the person he wants to marry is me or a black girl And if it isn t me he wants but any black girl who looks like me talks and acts like me what will happen when he finds out that I hate ear hoops that I don t have to straighten my hair that Mingus puts me to sleep that sometimes I want to get out of my skin and be only the person inside not American not black just me I felt for Jadine thinking that she might be a race traitor for wanting to go back to France instead of moving back to the States I had supportive feelings towards Jadine throughout the book because I ve often been accused of not being black enough and I think that it s important for people to note that as black women our Sessiz Ev upbringings are diverse as are our temperaments personalities interests and everything else As such Son s treatment of Jadine s perceived lack of blackness really really irked me because I ve been on that receiving end although not as harshly And Son seems to be the opposite very rooted in and connected to his blackness and you wonder whether a relationship between him and Jadine could ever work out so it was a surprise to me that they embarked on a relationship and I wonder what that says about Son Their love story was so very intense Gradually she came to feel Un Fichaje Inesperado ¡Gol #8 unorphaned He cherished and safeguarded her When she woke in the night from an Ayodhya uneasy dream she had only to turn and there was the stability of his shoulder and his limitless eternal chest No part of her was hidden from him She wondered if she should hold back keep something in store from him but he opened the hair on her head with his fingers and drove his tongue through the part There was nothing to forgive nothing to win and the future was five minutes away He Principles For Personal Growth unorphaned her completely Gave her a brand new childhood They were the last lovers in New York City the first in the world so their passion was inefficient and kept no savings account They spent it like TexansI was very intrigued about how place plays a part not just in a story but also in a relationship On a tropical island everything seems idyllic but after reading this book it s clear that running off to a tropical island isn t going to solve our problems and we will end The Hindu Young World up bringing our baggage with La Boda de Helena us And this also got me thinking about how a relationship started in one place and moved elsewhere works When Son goes back to the States the way he describes his home is so different to what we have seen in the Caribbean and it makes you wonder how things will change for him and Jadine on a different backdropSince 1971 Son had been seeing the United States through the international edition of Time by way of shortwave radio and the views of other crewmen It seemed sticky Loud red and sticky Its fields spongy its pavements slick with the blood of all the best peopleI have to mention the wife Margaret who really annoyed me I see her as the non black friend of a black person who feels as though she has somehow earned the right to make disparaging comments about black people She can t possibly be racist because after all she has a black friend Some of the comments that came out of Margaret s mouth were so foul I wish Jadine had been stronger and told her off instead of keeping her thoughts to herselfShe was A Summer of Drowning up or A Way in the World A Novel universaling out always alluding to or ferreting out what she believed were racial characteristics She ended by resisting both but it kept her alert about things she did not wish to be alert aboutThis was a great reread and I loved it considerably this time around I Scaramouche understood and I always get renewed appreciation for how Morrison helps Poemas de uevedo us Mario Benedetti Un Mito Discretisimo a Reserved Legend Spanish Edition understand why her characters are the way they are but 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READ Tar Baby î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Sts of verbal sparring between Valerian and his wife And there is a visitor among them a beautiful young black woman Jadine who is not only the servant's dazzling niece but the protegé e and friend of the Streets themselves; Jadine who has been educated at the Sorbonne at Valerian's expense and is home now for a respite from her Paris world of fashion film and artThrough a season of untroubled ease the lives of these five move with a ritualized grace until one night a ragged starving black American street man breaks into the house And in a single moment with Valerian's perverse decision not to call for help but instead to invite the man to sit with them andeat everything changes Valerian moves toward a larger abdication Margaret's delicate and enduring deception is shattered The butler and his wife are forced into acknowledging their illusions And Jadine who at first is repelled by the intruder finds herself moving inexorably toward him he calls himself Son; he is a kind of. The opening of this book was a complete surprise to me as a moderately seasoned TM reader it felt just like the start of an action movie some kind of spy thriller only infused with poetic beauty Something of this atmosphere persisted perhaps because of Valerian the white millionaire who somehow wears an arch villain halo even when he s being likeable I also found the dialogue sparky and often humorous the tone freuently lightSo is it a light book Noooooo of course not From the turbulent animistic gorgeous description of the island itself suffering under its colonisation the rivers and trees crying out and mourning and re making themselves stormily something deep treacherous elemental is going on If books give us help if they do than distract then they have to touch wounds dredge up the hidden speak the silencedThe disarray my soul is in now after reading this is a sublime disarray Thoughts emotions collide with force shove each other further apart making space lowering density so that I float into a state of euphoric agitation an overactive susceptibility to connection My eyes brush others on the commute with an electric jolt I hear my own heart in the hailstormEach person in this story commands love and contempt from me calls out humility and self awareness in turn Awareness of my whiteness cis woman ness ignorance and misuses of knowledge misuses of feeling This statement about beauty that rings so true comes in the context of despair At some point in life the world s beauty becomes enough You don t need to photograph paint or even remember it It is enough No record of it needs to be kept and you don t need someone to share it with or tell it to When that happens that letting go you let go because you can my first thought was that s why I stopped taking photographs Through the cameraWorld s flat Circumnavigateyour experience but then I thought this insight is not meant to be an eternal truth it is a truth of horror and mourning And I had my own secondary insight truths belong to times and states Even dreams are true while they last And do we not live in dreams and they change shape when the light changes at evening or when somebody makes you laughTaking the view of one character then another all of whom are real and alive as if TM had no choice but to write down what they did had to do after she had conjured them so marvellously into being the narration weaves a fabric so exuisite and magical that the arbitrary becomes necessary TM can remake the sacred out of dry dust and its history of painI hated myself for hating the young educated black woman Jadine I liked Son who values his South USian extended family but with deep reservations I cheered him on at times but he has many flaws even in his good parts When he thinks about the women of his hometown building things being strong and capable and thus impossible to position as inferior to men his ascription of value is ableist His passion makes him cut himself off at the root from self knowledge and the nourishment of loveThe white woman character Margaret was somewhat neglected as a child because her family assumed that having beauty she would not need character She is stereotypically afraid of Son the young beautiful black man and TM shows how the vulnerability of her racial and gendered identity is turned into a weapon against him I felt for her even though she is irritating and emotionally disturbedIn Paris Jadine stares at an African woman whose eyelashes we are told have been burned away by the power of her gaze The woman buys three eggs and aims spit at Jadine from well out of range a gesture of hatred She and her eggs reappear in a nightmare vision Jadine has in which all the other women she knows show her their breasts Both the scene of the African woman and the nightmare linger for me enigmatic searing I cannot sort them out But lately I have noticed that I can go back into old experiences and get new things out of them Someday I will figure out these scenes and find my sympathy for JadineThose carrying the frightening weight of beauty Son Jadine and Margaret are compelling characters but the book has others Sydney the dignified butler Ondine the expert cook both a little self righteous and snobby Gideon the yard man and Therese the washerwoman and helper poor folks undereducated gossip hungry generous and kind Importantly they connect to the land the land seized from the natives the land where slaves were brought the land that sustained those captives who never surrendered Catalina y Catalina untroubled ease the lives of these five move with a ritualized grace A lingua de fora until one night a ragged starving black American street man breaks into the house And in a single moment with Valerian's perverse decision not to call for help but instead to invite the man to sit with them andeat everything changes Valerian moves toward a larger abdication Margaret's delicate and enduring deception is shattered The butler and his wife are forced into acknowledging their illusions And Jadine who at first is repelled by the intruder finds herself moving inexorably toward him he calls himself Son; he is a kind of. The opening of this book was a complete surprise to me as a moderately seasoned TM reader it felt just like the start of an action movie some kind of spy thriller only infused with poetic beauty Something of this atmosphere persisted perhaps because of Valerian the white millionaire who somehow wears an arch villain halo even when he s being likeable I also found the dialogue sparky and often humorous the tone freuently lightSo is it a light book Noooooo of course not From the turbulent animistic gorgeous description of the island itself suffering Govinda The Aryavarta Chronicles #1 under its colonisation the rivers and trees crying out and mourning and re making themselves stormily something deep treacherous elemental is going on If books give La belle au bois dormant us help if they do than distract then they have to touch wounds dredge No Breaking My Heart Barefoot William Beach #5 up the hidden speak the silencedThe disarray my soul is in now after reading this is a sublime disarray Thoughts emotions collide with force shove each other further apart making space lowering density so that I float into a state of euphoric agitation an overactive susceptibility to connection My eyes brush others on the commute with an electric jolt I hear my own heart in the hailstormEach person in this story commands love and contempt from me calls out humility and self awareness in turn Awareness of my whiteness cis woman ness ignorance and misuses of knowledge misuses of feeling This statement about beauty that rings so true comes in the context of despair At some point in life the world s beauty becomes enough You don t need to photograph paint or even remember it It is enough No record of it needs to be kept and you don t need someone to share it with or tell it to When that happens that letting go you let go because you can my first thought was that s why I stopped taking photographs Through the cameraWorld s flat Circumnavigateyour experience but then I thought this insight is not meant to be an eternal truth it is a truth of horror and mourning And I had my own secondary insight truths belong to times and states Even dreams are true while they last And do we not live in dreams and they change shape when the light changes at evening or when somebody makes you laughTaking the view of one character then another all of whom are real and alive as if TM had no choice but to write down what they did had to do after she had conjured them so marvellously into being the narration weaves a fabric so exuisite and magical that the arbitrary becomes necessary TM can remake the sacred out of dry dust and its history of painI hated myself for hating the young educated black woman Jadine I liked Son who values his South USian extended family but with deep reservations I cheered him on at times but he has many flaws even in his good parts When he thinks about the women of his hometown building things being strong and capable and thus impossible to position as inferior to men his ascription of value is ableist His passion makes him cut himself off at the root from self knowledge and the nourishment of loveThe white woman character Margaret was somewhat neglected as a child because her family assumed that having beauty she would not need character She is stereotypically afraid of Son the young beautiful black man and TM shows how the vulnerability of her racial and gendered identity is turned into a weapon against him I felt for her even though she is irritating and emotionally disturbedIn Paris Jadine stares at an African woman whose eyelashes we are told have been burned away by the power of her gaze The woman buys three eggs and aims spit at Jadine from well out of range a gesture of hatred She and her eggs reappear in a nightmare vision Jadine has in which all the other women she knows show her their breasts Both the scene of the African woman and the nightmare linger for me enigmatic searing I cannot sort them out But lately I have noticed that I can go back into old experiences and get new things out of them Someday I will figure out these scenes and find my sympathy for JadineThose carrying the frightening weight of beauty Son Jadine and Margaret are compelling characters but the book has others Sydney the dignified butler Ondine the expert cook both a little self righteous and snobby Gideon the yard man and Therese the washerwoman and helper poor folks A Biography of Innovations undereducated gossip hungry generous and kind Importantly they connect to the land the land seized from the natives the land where slaves were brought the land that sustained those captives who never surrendered

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READ Tar Baby î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Black man she has dreaded since childhood; uneducated violent contemptuous of her privilege As Jadine and Son come together in the loving collision they have both welcomed and feared the novel moves outward to the Florida backwater town Son was raised in fled from yet cherishes; to her sleek New York; then back to the island people and their protective and entangling legends As the lovers strive to hold and understand each other as they experience the awful weight of the separate worlds that have formed them she perceiving his vision of reality and of love as inimical to her freedom he perceiving her as the classic lure the tar baby set out to entrap him all the mysterious elements all the highly charged threads of the story converge Everything that is at risk is made clear how the conflicts and dramas wrought by social and cultural circumstances must ultimately be played out in the realm of the heartOnce again Toni Morrison has given us a novel of daring fascination and powe. I m wondering how many 1 and 2 star ratings came from readers thinking this would be a good Caribbean vacation beach read I also wonder how many of them were clueless to the meaning of the term tar baby Sigh There should be no need to discuss that it s rather obvious that well ALL the characters black white and mulatto were tar babies Inextricably stuck to who they are no matter where they are they cannot escape themselves their pasts their childhoods In fact WE ARE ALL tar babies And just like the characters in the book it is how we deal with what is inside us that determines how we cope with the circumstances of life on the outside I love Morrison s almost overwhelming poetic intensity For example early in the book when introducing Margaret the wealthy white once a trophy wife Morrison describes her husband Valerian s house as bigger than her elementary school and dinners with his friends in which there men talked about music and money and the Marshall Plan As in poetry there is prominent sensory description in this case smell and touch Usually writing about the tropics is full of color colors of the sea the sands the birds flowers fruit but the telling of the book is about race the colors are those of skin along with color obscured by fog blindness and dreaming or sleepI argue that this book is ultimately not about the color of skin or race or stereotypes It is about what is under that skin and that we cannot escape that But that we accept life and ourselves for what it is There is a uote on from Tar Baby on this Goodreads page that begins At some point I d like to continue where it left off The world will always be there while you sleep it will be there when you wake it will be there as well So you can sleep and there is a reason to wake A dead hydrangea is as intricate and lovely as one in bloom Bleak sky is as seductive as sunshine miniature orange trees without blossom or fruit are not defective they are that So the windows of the greenhouse can be opened and the weather let in The latch on the door can be left unhooked the muslin removed for the soldier ants are beautiful too and whatever they do will be part of it No hay as felices Verónica Rosenthal #3 uneducated violent contemptuous of her privilege As Jadine and Son come together in the loving collision they have both welcomed and feared the novel moves outward to the Florida backwater town Son was raised in fled from yet cherishes; to her sleek New York; then back to the island people and their protective and entangling legends As the lovers strive to hold and Poesía reunida understand each other as they experience the awful weight of the separate worlds that have formed them she perceiving his vision of reality and of love as inimical to her freedom he perceiving her as the classic lure the tar baby set out to entrap him all the mysterious elements all the highly charged threads of the story converge Everything that is at risk is made clear how the conflicts and dramas wrought by social and cultural circumstances must Historia De La Argentina Deseada Ensayo ultimately be played out in the realm of the heartOnce again Toni Morrison has given This Is Not That Dawn us a novel of daring fascination and powe. I m wondering how many 1 and 2 star ratings came from readers thinking this would be a good Caribbean vacation beach read I also wonder how many of them were clueless to the meaning of the term tar baby Sigh There should be no need to discuss that it s rather obvious that well ALL the characters black white and mulatto were tar babies Inextricably stuck to who they are no matter where they are they cannot escape themselves their pasts their childhoods In fact WE ARE ALL tar babies And just like the characters in the book it is how we deal with what is inside El juego de Sade us that determines how we cope with the circumstances of life on the outside I love Morrison s almost overwhelming poetic intensity For example early in the book when introducing Margaret the wealthy white once a trophy wife Morrison describes her husband Valerian s house as bigger than her elementary school and dinners with his friends in which there men talked about music and money and the Marshall Plan As in poetry there is prominent sensory description in this case smell and touch Usually writing about the tropics is full of color colors of the sea the sands the birds flowers fruit but the telling of the book is about race the colors are those of skin along with color obscured by fog blindness and dreaming or sleepI argue that this book is Girl of Nightmares under that skin and that we cannot escape that But that we accept life and ourselves for what it is There is a The Very Expensive Coconut uote on from Tar Baby on this Goodreads page that begins At some point I d like to continue where it left off The world will always be there while you sleep it will be there when you wake it will be there as well So you can sleep and there is a reason to wake A dead hydrangea is as intricate and lovely as one in bloom Bleak sky is as seductive as sunshine miniature orange trees without blossom or fruit are not defective they are that So the windows of the greenhouse can be opened and the weather let in The latch on the door can be left The Truth About Me A Hijra Life Story unhooked the muslin removed for the soldier ants are beautiful too and whatever they do will be part of it


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    Pdf/E–pub Tar Baby FREE READ × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ï Toni Morrison Toni Morrison ï 6 READ Toni Morrison is amazing She is the greatest of all time in my opinion; but really which other author could keep me entertained and awestruck on Every single page for five consecutive books? I must preface all reviews of her writings with total praise and veneration because her work demands nothing less I did not expect this since Tar Baby is one of her less popular books but as it turns out this is my favorite

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    Pdf/E–pub Tar Baby Toni Morrison takes a relaxing Caribbean pace to tell a story which involves sex colonialism and love It is a tantalzing mix and as always so well written I loved how the narration passed fluidly from one character to the other and how several scenes were narrated by butterflies outside the windows observing the crazy humans Also the dialogs in the story are incredibly realisticIn a nutshell Valerian is a 70 year old wea

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    REVIEW Tar Baby FREE READ × PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ï Toni Morrison Toni Morrison ï 6 READ It is difficult to explain the force that permeates Toni Morrison's books I felt drunk on words by the end of this bookIn this book's foreword Toni Morrison writes All narrative begins for me as listening When I read I listen When I write I listen—for silence inflection rhythm rest Then comes the image the picture of the thing I have to invent to invent the headless bride in her wedding gown; the forest clearingI took

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    Pdf/E–pub Tar Baby Tar Baby was the #ReadSoulLit read along selection for this year and I am truly conflicted about how I felt about this story Toni Morrison is not an author that writes stories that you can just blow through It takes true concentration and thoughtfulness to work your way through one of her books She will take her readers to some truly dark places and leave you to figure out a character's true motivation which is a good thing Tar Ba

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    REVIEW Tar Baby Toni Morrison ï 6 READ Pdf/E–pub Tar Baby Everyone knows that Beloved is Toni Morrison's most famous work but I would argue that Tar Baby is better There are so many relationships in this book and so many layers to each of those relationships Love sex race gender class ethnicity even geographythere isn't much Morrison doesn't take on in this beautiful story And of course there are always those heart stopping passages that Morrison's writing never fails to pro

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  • Paperback
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  • Tar Baby
  • Toni Morrison
  • English
  • 03 October 2020
  • 9780452264793