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Memory in Beloved

Summary: Explores the role which memory plays in Toni Morrison's novel, Beloved. Demonstrates how the character Sethe lives her life in memories.
Memory is the ability to remember. No matter how great or horrible it is, it is better to move on than to sit there and live through you past. In Beloved, by Toni Morrison, memory is suggested that you move on, no matter the difficulty. You could be having the best day of your life and receive something totally life changing. Then the next day or a few minutes later be involved the worst accident. Now you are waking up every morning, thinking about this accident that ruined your life. You then begin thinking after a while, "what if." What if I wasn't involved? Where would I be? You would be living your present life through you past. The traumatic event that Sethe had committed, affected many, Baby Suggs for example. Denver's personality had changed because she had witnessed a murder. She was at a youthful age...

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