Toni Morrison through her novel „Belovedâ€ź discusses the quest for identity and her narrative
structure enables one to go back and forth to appreciate how an effective establishment the novelist had
employed. Morrison unique use of language, descriptive analogies, similes provide the reader connect with the
theme. The selected novel throws light on the slavery along with quest for identity. Narrative deviation from one
perspective to another holds the content to maintain the readerâ€źs interest. The encounters of Setheâ€źs past are
compelled by Beloved's existence in order to harmonize her vision of herself. Her unfinished plot without
disclosing the suspense makes the reader to think and evaluate the events and characters. Beloved was praised
and admired as a masterstroke by umpteen reviewers when it first appeared in 1987, one cannot deny that the
novel noted ample disputation several months later its publication.
Narrative deviation, quest for identity, slavery, Beloved, narrative structure
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