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Understanding a Raisin in the Sun
edizioni Greenwood Pub Group collana Greenwood Pub Group (Hardcover)
A Raisin in the Sun is the first play by a black woman to be produced in a Broadway theater. First performed in 1959, before the civil rights and women's movements came to the fore, it raises issues of segregation, family strife, and relationships between men and women that are both representative of the time and timeless...
Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon
Bloom Harold (EDT)
edizioni Facts on File collana Facts on File (Library) , 2009
The mythic patterns Toni Morrison explores in her third novel inform the transformation of Milkman Dead. Song of Solomon traces Milkman's journey from spiritual death to understanding and acceptance of personal responsibility, his liberation symbolized by his discovery of the ability to fly. Caught between his father's...