African Spiritual Traditions in the Novels of Toni Morrison K. Zauditu-Selassie.
University Press of Florida,
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Table of Contents:
- I's got the blues : Malochia, magic, and the descent into madness in The bluest eye
- Always: the living ancestor and the testimony of Will in Sula
- I've got a home in date rock: ritual and the construction of family history in Song of Solomon
- Dancing with trees and dreaming of yellow dresses: the dilemma of Jadine in Tar baby
- In(her)iting the divine: (consola)tions, sacred (convent)ions, and mediations of the spiritual in-between in Paradise
- Living with the dead: memory and ancestral presence in Beloved
- Tracing Wild's child Joe and tracking the hunter: an examination of the Órísá Ochossi in Jazz
- If I'd a knowed more, I would a loved more: Toni Morrison's Love and spiritual authorship.