Beloved Essay | Toni Morrison's "Beloved"

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Toni Morrison's "Beloved".
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Toni Morrison's "Beloved"

Summary: This essay is on Toni Morrison's "Beloved" It is an essay on the literary devices used in the novel. Explores Morrison's unique writing style and reveals how it controls reader response to the text.
Toni Morrison's unique and distinctive style helps control how the reader will respond to the characters and events within the novel. Morrison uses several different devices to control how the reader reacts to everything that is happening. Some examples of these devices are syntax (as tied with the stream of consciousness method of narration), point of view, and the use of flashback technique.

The first device that Morrison uses within the novel is syntax with stream of consciousness narration. In the second part of the book, one of the chapters contains no punctuation. This method of writing is better known as stream of consciousness. In this chapter Sethe is the narrator and the reader is reading her thoughts. Personally, I found this method very effective because I could follow Sethe's thought patterns and understand what she was thinking. Another example of effective syntax is in...

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