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Morrison, Toni
American b.18 Feb 1931

  1. In Barthold, Bonnie. Black Time: Fiction of Africa, the Caribbean and the United States. New Haven : Yale University Press, c1981. pp. 174-183, plus index.
    Criticism -- Works -- Song of Solomon

  2. In Bloom, Harold, ed. Black American women fiction writers. New York : Chelsea House Publishers, c1995. pp. 146-163.
    Criticism -- Novels

  3. In Brogan, Kathleen. Cultural Haunting, Charlottesville : University Press of Virginia, 1998. pp. 61-92.
    Criticism -- Beloved -- Ghosts in Literature

  4. In Campbell, James. Syncopations: Beats, New Yorkers, and Writers in the Dark. Berkeley, Ca, University of California Press, 2008. pp.123-128.
    Criticism -- The Bluest Eye -- Love -- Sula

  5. In Christian, Barbara Black feminist criticism : perspectives on Black women writers. New York : Pergamon Press, c1985. pp. 65-80.
    Biography -- Criticism -- Novels --

  6. In Christian, Barbara, 1943- Black women novelists : the development of a tradition, 1892-1976. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, c1980. pp. 137-180, 239-253.
    Criticism -- Novels -- Bluest Eye -- Song of Solomon

  7. In Cooperman, Jeannette Batz. The Broom Closet. New York : Peter Lang, c1999. pp. 78-83.
    Criticism -- Beloved

  8. Crouch, Stanley. "Aunt Medea." In The New Republic, Oct. 19, 1987, pp. 38-43.
    Shelved in the Social Sciences Department
    Criticism -- Beloved

  9. In Diedrich, Maria. Black Imagination and the Middle Passage. New York : Oxford University Press, 1999. pp. 70-85.
    Criticism -- Beloved

  10. Duvall, John N. "Descent in the 'House of Chloe': Race, Rape, and Identity in Toni Morrison's Tar Baby." In Contemporary Literature, Volume 38, Number 2, Summer 1997. 325-349.
    Criticism -- Tar Baby

  11. Eby, Carl. "Love, Agression, and Fetishism in For Whom the Bell Tolls." In Twentieth Century Literature, Vol. 44, No. 2, Summer 1998. pp. 242-260.
    Criticism -- Beloved

  12. In Edwards, Lee R. Psyche As Hero: Female Heroism and Fictional Form. Middletown, Conn. : Wesleyan University Press ; Scranton, Pa. : c1984. pp. 192-210, 218-221.
    Criticism -- Sula

  13. In Felder, Deborah. Bookshelf of Our Own. New York : Citadel Press, c2005. pp. 258-262.
    Criticism -- Beloved

  14. In Kubitschek, Missy Dehn. Claiming the Heritage: African American Women Novelists and History. Jackson, Miss: University of Mississippi, 1991. pp. see index.
    Criticism -- Novels -- Beloved -- Tar Baby

  15. Larner, Susan. "Unastonished Eye." In New Yorker, June 15, 1981, pp. 147-151.
    Criticism -- Tar Baby

  16. In LeClair, Tom Anything can happen : interviews with contemporary American novelists. Urbana : University of Illinois Press, c1983. pp. 252-261.
    Interviews --

  17. In Lewis, R. W. B. Literary Reflections. Boston : Northeastern University Press, c1993. pp. 187-194.
    Criticism -- Song of Soloman

  18. McKay, Nellie. "An Interview with Toni Morrison." In Contemporary Literature, Vol. 24, No. 4, pp. 413-429.
    Interview

  19. In Madsen, Deborah, ed. Post-Colonial Literature . London ; Sterling, Va. : Pluto Press, 1999. pp. 133-147.
    Criticism -- The Bluest Eye -- Tar Baby

  20. Malmgren, Carl D. "Mixed Genres and the Logic of Slavery in Toni Morrison's 'Beloved.'" In Critique. Volume 36, no 2, Winter, 1995. pp. 96-106.
    Criticism -- Beloved

  21. In Millard, Kenneth. Contemporary American Fiction. Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2000. pp. 10-16.
    Criticism -- The Bluest Eye

  22. In Miller, Jane. Women Writing about Men. New York: Pantheon Books, c1986. pp. 227-231, 248-250, plus see index.
    Criticism -- The Bluest Eye -- Sula --

  23. In Mitchell, Angelyn. Freedom to Remember. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2002. pp. 88-107.
    Criticism -- Beloved

  24. Novak, Phillip. "'Circles and Circles of Sorrow': In the Wake of Morrison's Sula. In PMLA, Volume 114, Number 2, March 1999. pp. 184-193.
    Criticism -- Sula --

  25. Nowlin, Michael. "Toni Morrison's Jazz and the Racial Dreams of the American Writer". In American Literature, Volume 71, Number 1, March 1999. pp. 151-174.
    Criticism -- Jazz --

  26. O'Brien, Edna. "The Clearest Eye." In New York Times Book Review, April 5, 1992, pp. 29-30.
    Criticism -- Jazz --

  27. In Palumbo-Liu, David, editor. The Ethnic Canon. Minneapolis, Minn. : University of Minnesota Press, c1995. pp. 117-139.
    Criticism -- Song of Soloman --

  28. Parker, Emma. "'Apple Pie' Ideology and the Politics of Appetite in the Novels of Toni Morrison." In Contemporary Literature, Volume 39, Number 4, Winter 1998. pp. 614-643.
    Criticism -- Works -- Food in Literature -- Race in Literature

  29. In Patton, Venetria. Women in Chains. Albany : State University of New York Press, c2000. pp. 121-132.
    Criticism -- Beloved

  30. In Plimpton, George. Women Writers at Work . New York : Modern Library, 1998. pp. 285-306.
    Interview

  31. Prescott, Peter. "Dangerous Witness." In Newsweek, Jan. 7, 1974, pp. 63-64.
    Shelved in the Social Sciences Department
    Criticism -- Sula

  32. Price, Reynolds. "Black Family Chronicle." In New York Times Book Review, Sept. 11, 1977, pp. 1, 48, 50.
    Criticism -- Song of Solomon

  33. In Pryse, Marjorie, ed. Conjuring: black women, fiction, and literary tradition. Bloomington : Indiana University Press, c1985. pp. 176-202.
    Criticism -- Novels -- Bluest Eye -- Song of Solomon

  34. In Rainwater, Catherine & Scheick, William J. Contemporary American women writers : narrative strategies. Lexington, KY : University Press of Kentucky, c1985. pp. 191-207.
    Criticism -- The Bluest Eye -- Sula -- Tar Baby

  35. In Reynolds, Guy. Twentieth-Century American Women's Fiction. New York : St. Martin's Press, 1999. pp. 197-209.
    Criticism -- Works -- Beloved -- The Bluest Eye

  36. In Robinson, Lillian, ed. Modern Women Writers, Volume 3. New York : Continuum, 1996. pp. 278-289.
    Criticism -- Works

  37. In Russell, Sandi. Render me my song : African-American women writers from slavery to the present. New York : St. Martin's Press, c1990. pp. 91-114.
    Criticism -- Works --

  38. In Smiley, Jane. 13 Ways of Looking at the Novel. New York : Knopf, c2005. pp. 539-542+.
    Criticism -- Beloved

  39. In Sollars, Werner and Maria Diedrich, eds. Black Columbiad: Defining Moments in African American Literature and Culture. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1994. pp. 337-346.
    Criticism -- Novels -- Beloved

  40. Strouse, Jean. "Toni Morrison's Black Magic." In Newsweek, March 30, 1981, pp. 52-57.
    Shelved in the Social Sciences Department
    Interview -- Criticism

  41. "Toni Morrison (1993)". In Paris Review: Interviews, Vol. II. NY, Picador, 2007. pp. 355-394
    Interviews

  42. In Wade-Gayles, Gloria Jean. No crystal stair : visions of race and sex in Black women's fiction. New York : Pilgrim Press, c1984. pp. 136-144, 98-102, 186-199.
    Criticism -- Novels -- Bluest Eye -- Sula

  43. In Walker, Melissa. Down From the Mountaintop. New Haven: Yale Univ., 1991. pp. 33-46, 50-60, 119-128, 131-147, 189-198.
    Criticism -- Novels -- Beloved -- Bluest Eye -- Sula -- Song of Solomon -- Tar Baby -- References -- Bibliography

  44. In Wisker, Gina. Post-Colonial and African American Women's Writing. New York : St. Martin's Press, c2000. pp. 56-75.
    Criticism -- Works -- Beloved -- The Bluest Eye -- Song of Solomon -- Jazz -- Paradise

  45. In Wood, James. The Broken Estate. New York : Random House, c1999. pp. 213-221.
    Criticism -- Works -- Paradise

  46. In Wood, Michael. Children of Silence. New York : Columbia University Press, c1998. pp. 199-128.
    Criticism -- Works -- Jazz

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