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Home (2012): Web Sources

A list of resources available through Truxal Library for researching Toni Morrison's Home


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Open Access Articles

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Gothic Tropes in Toni Morrison’s Home: The Scientist-Villain Figure and the Maiden in Distress
An article by Manuela López Ramírez from the journal, Revista de Filología.

The Keys to the House of Healing: Toni Morrison's Home
An article by Susana Vega-Gonzalez from the journal, The Grove. Article begins on page 202. 

Literary Monuments: Home as a Commemorative Novel
An article by Susana Vega-Gonzalez from the journal, Revista de Estudios Norteamericanos

“This house is strange”: Digging for American Memory of Trauma, or Healing the “Social” in Toni Morrison’s Home
An essay from Living Language, Living Memory: Essays on the Works of Toni Morrison

Who Is the Author of Toni Morrison?
By Boris Kachka for New York Magazine


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