Critical Theory Analysis of Morrison’s Beloved

In a modern world constructed of equality, democracy, and freedoms, history is lost unless the authors remind the world of it. Toni Morrison’s Beloved serves such a purpose as it captures the most realistic moments in slave history and tells a tale of racial powers that bind people and societies to their wills. For Morrison,… Continue reading Critical Theory Analysis of Morrison’s Beloved


Working Class Heroes In Literature

I recently read Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye. What a masterpiece! I wanted to take the time to talk about themes that I feel made this book exceptional. If you have not read it, I highly recommend it. I also compare these themes to Thoreau's Walden, and the Duty of Civil Disobedience as he also critiques… Continue reading Working Class Heroes In Literature