Beloved Essay | The Single Tool of Persistence

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The Single Tool of Persistence

Summary: Essay on Paul D. from Toni Morrison's "Beloved." Provides insight to this character by analyzing the relevence of the setting, the era, and the social conditions.
One could simply analyze the theme of Toni Morrison's "Beloved" to be about slavery, but the reader is introduced to its many complexities through the social struggles of very different characters. Once Paul D finally grasped his overpriced sliver of freedom, he had to figure out if there was anything worthwhile he could do with it. Throughout "Beloved", Paul D struggles between his natural instincts to settle down, procreate, and rely on the people that were part of a life he wants to put behind him, or to stay on the move in constant search of something better to call his own. Although many of Paul's decisions seem to be irrationally made based on the poor coping skills he developed in a dysfunctional and constantly changing environment, he somehow manages to emerge strong and hopeful at the end of the story, representing the success an...

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