تحميل و قراءة كتاب Song of Solomon pdf

تحميل كتاب Song of Solomon pdf

المؤلف : Toni Morrison
السنة : 1977
عدد الصفحات : غير محدد
عن الكتاب : 1977م - 1443هـ Song of Solomon Toni Morrison’s third novel, Song of Solomon (1977), seems to me her masterwork to date, though Beloved (1987) has even more readers. A superb, highly conscious artist from her beginning, Morrison is also a committed social activist. Exemplary as it is, her African-American feminist stance is the prime concern of nearly all her critics, which makes for a certain monotony in their cheerleading. Morrison is scarcely responsible for them, though I detect an intensification of ideological fervor when I pass from rereading Song of Solomon to rereading Beloved and then go on to Jazz and Paradise, the novels that followed. A novelist’s politics are part of her panoply, her arms and armor. Time stales our coverings; fictions that endure do so despite the passionate commitments of their authors, while claques, however sincere, do not assure literary survival. The very titles of many of the essays in this volume testify to political obsessions: “black cultural nationalism,” “myth, ideology, and gender,” “race and class consciousness,” “political identity,” “competing discourses.” Morrison, far cannier than her enthusiasts, at her most persuasive transcends her own indubitable concerns. Her art, grounded in African-American realities and concerns, is nevertheless not primarily naturalistic in its aims and modes. .
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1977م - 1443هـ Song of Solomon Toni Morrison’s third novel, Song of Solomon (1977), seems to me her masterwork to date, though Beloved (1987) has even more readers. A superb, highly conscious artist from her beginning, Morrison is also a committed social activist. Exemplary as it is, her African-American feminist stance is the prime concern of nearly all her critics, which makes for a certain monotony in their cheerleading. Morrison is scarcely responsible for them, though I detect an intensification of ideological fervor when I pass from rereading Song of Solomon to rereading Beloved and then go on to Jazz and Paradise, the novels that followed. A novelist’s politics are part of her panoply, her arms and armor. Time stales our coverings; fictions that endure do so despite the passionate commitments of their authors, while claques, however sincere, do not assure literary survival. The very titles of many of the essays in this volume testify to political obsessions: “black cultural nationalism,” “myth, ideology, and gender,” “race and class consciousness,” “political identity,” “competing discourses.” Morrison, far cannier than her enthusiasts, at her most persuasive transcends her own indubitable concerns. Her art, grounded in African-American realities and concerns, is nevertheless not primarily naturalistic in its aims and modes. .
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