Critical Responses About the Black Family in Toni Morrison's God Help the Child: Conflicts in Comradeship (Paperback)

Critical Responses About the Black Family in Toni Morrison's God Help the Child: Conflicts in Comradeship Cover Image

Critical Responses About the Black Family in Toni Morrison's God Help the Child: Conflicts in Comradeship (Paperback)

By Rhone Fraser (Editor), Natalie King-Pedroso (Editor), Na'imah Ford (Contribution by)

$39.99


Not On Our Shelves—Ships in 1-5 Days
(This book cannot be returned.)
Critical Responses About the Black Family in Toni Morrison's God Help the Child explores the integral role of what Kobi Kambon has called the "conscious African family" in developing commercial success stories such as those of Morrison's protagonist, Bride. Initially, Bride's accomplishments are an extension of a superficial "cult of celebrity" which inhabits and undermines the development of meaningful interpersonal relationships until a significant literal and metaphorical journey helps her redefine success by facilitating the building of community and family.
Rhone Fraser is independent scholar and member of the Toni Morrison Society. Natalie King-Pedroso is associate professor in the department of English and modern languages at Florida A&M University.
Product Details ISBN: 9781793604002
ISBN-10: 1793604002
Publisher: Lexington Books
Publication Date: October 21st, 2021
Pages: 232
Language: English