Date of publication: 2017-08-31 06:38
This succinct, critical introduction to Morrison's work seeks to make her novels more accessible through unravelling notions of self-representation and narrative structure which will be new to readers accustomed to Euro-American literary conventions. Without ghettoising Morrison as a black woman writer, this is the first major study of how the experimental narrative strategies of her fiction are determined by its African-American content. Linden Peach argues that her novels are most usefully approached through an examination of the innovative techniques which they employ and the creative possibilities these offer.
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Reviewed by Clayton D. Lein The Merchant of Venice: Contemporary Critical Essays , edited by Martin Coyle. New Casebooks. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 6998. 798 pp. $. Having survived assaults proclaiming the “death of the author,” Shakespeare is proving yet again to be a rich source for critical enterprise, and publishers are flooding bookstores with collections of essays on various aspects of his works and their productions. This engaging collection on one of Shakespeare’s most vexing creations is one of the best of the recent offerings.
The only truly disturbing feature of this volume is its price, which is frankly outrageous and blatantly proclaims that the publisher is interested only in the library trade. Nonetheless, the volume deserves a place in every college collection and in any library attempting to guide its readers to the stimulating discourse provoked by major creators in our tradition.