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Beloved
Beloved | Toni Morrison
Staring unflinchingly into the abyss of slavery, this spellbinding novel transforms history into a story as powerful as Exodus and as intimate as a lullaby. Sethe, its protagonist, was born a slave and escaped to Ohio, but eighteen years later she is still not free. She has too many memories of Sweet Home, the beautiful farm where so many hideous things happened. And Sethes new home is haunted by the ghost of her baby, who died nameless and whose tombstone is engraved with a single word: Beloved. Filled with bitter poetry and suspense as taut as a rope, Beloved is a towering achievement.
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guidosophia
Beloved | Toni Morrison
Mehso-so

I can‘t lie this was confusing and felt like it took forever to read. I‘m not sure if I understood it but I think it was good

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IuliaC
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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I enjoyed this one more than 'The Song of Solomon'. I couldn't put it down. History has its extremely ugly parts, the atrocities are more terrifying than the ghost story itself, but the novel is a work of art. I enjoyed all of it, the spectacular writing, the character building, the alternating timelines which gradually revealed the tragedy concealed by the past and the magic realism used to unveil the magnitude of the drama.

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jlhammar
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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✨ Mystery
✨ I do like my True Crime so I‘d have to go with serial killer for nonfiction, but haunted house for fiction.
✨ I‘ll be forever haunted by tagged. Also loved The Enchanted by Rene Denfeld and The Bass Rock by Evie Wyld.

#ThoughtfulThursday
@MoonWitch94

MoonWitch94 Thanks for playing 🎃✨🕯📖🏚 2mo
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CuriousG
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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1. Beloved (honourable mention to comic Bitch Planet)
2. Butler, Octavia E. (HM - Ray Bradbury)
3. Better Off Ted (true TV gem)
4. Tie b/w Blue Oyster Cult, The Beatles, & Beastie Boys (HM - Billie Eilish & Billy Idol)
5. Back to Black by Amy Winehouse (HM - Brushy Mountain Conjugal Trailer by Old Crow Medicine Show)
#manicmonday #LetterB @CBee
These may, or may not, be representative, but it's what is coming to mind atm 🤷‍♀️

sprainedbrain We had the same two authors. 😉 3mo
CuriousG @sprainedbrain 👏👏👏 3mo
CBee Awesome answers!! Thanks for playing 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 3mo
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Graywacke
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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#Alphabetgame #LetterB @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

My A list of “B” books:
Becoming-Obama
Begin Again-Glaude
Being Mortal-Gawande
Being Wrong-Schultz
Beowulf in the Beach-Murnighan
Bewilderment-Powers
Beyond Black-Mantel
Bible (I‘m not religious)
The Bible Unearthed-Finkelstein/Silberman
The Blazing World-Hustvedt
Blood Meridian-McCarthy
The Book of Illusions-Auster
The Book of Not-Dangarembga

Beloved stands above them all. 🙂

AllDebooks Some pretty impressive reads there 😍 4mo
Ruthiella Beyond Black is awesome! 4mo
batsy So happy to see The Blazing World in here! 4mo
Graywacke Oops, missed these comments @AllDebooks @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Thanks ☺️ It‘s somehow so random to lay them out by title 1st letter, that it gives a different perspective. @Ruthiella Beyond Black is awesome. Completely agree. It‘s rough too. @batsy Siri is such a fun voice. This book is better, but her last one (I think) is more fun - Memories of the Future. (Wonder what else begins with M?) 4mo
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AllDebooks
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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#alphabetgame #letterB

Beloved is a masterpiece of storytelling, as the tale of Sethe stays with you long after you finish reading. As a former slave, she goes to extreme ends rather than return to slavery. Through an exploration of the consequences of her actions, Morrison lays bare the horrific impact slavery had.

@Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks

Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I really need to read this! Thank you for sharing! 4mo
Graywacke Mine too! 4mo
AllDebooks @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks I can't recommend it highly enough. X 4mo
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JenniferEgnor
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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This was a powerful, deeply intense read. I can only imagine the emotional labor that went into telling this story. Thanks to a white woman in 2021, it is in the spotlight. She complained to the school board that it gave her child nightmares. I‘m willing to bet she has never read this book and has no desire to do so. Folx, this is how it was in the days of the evil institution of slavery. It is hard, it is ugly, it is shameful. But it has

JenniferEgnor to be told. We cannot pretend it never happened. For too long, it has been white washed, out of shame. I also want to say how the story here has everything to do with Reproductive Justice and policing—especially the policing of Black bodies. I encourage you to read this book and share it with as many others as you can. The stories, the history—MUST be told, as they really happened. 4mo
JenniferEgnor Here is an illustrated version of the book: https://www.foliosociety.com/usa/beloved.html 4mo
JenniferEgnor Stand up and fight back against book bans and censorship. Push back against the criminalization of libraries, librarians, authors, history, books—our very words. Push back against hate groups and politicians terrorizing drag story time, threatening to tear apart families. This is fascism. FIGHT. BACK. 4mo
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freeatlast1137
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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The tale of Sephe‘s family free from slavery dealing with the consequences of her actions to save her children from becoming slaves again.

This book is heartbreaking and devastating to know that the harsh, repugnant treatment of African Americans in the United States happened in real life and people should never have to deal with the trauma of not owning their own life.

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Sarahreadstoomuch
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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This is such a tough book. The horrors and lasting effect of slavery… it‘s hard to read. Or listen to in my case (though I have to say, Toni Morrison‘s voice is like velvet). I doubt I picked up on half the metaphors and such, and will likely read this again and again.

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tphil10283
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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This is a moving book that is classified as a horror story of ghosts. The real horror though, is how it compels you to gain a little more understanding of the horror of the South during slavery. To me, what has happened to Black people in the United States is worse than the Holocaust in terms of the suffering that has been endured.

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vivastory
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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This is a wonderful LitHub article on opening lines. Jonathan Lee cites Morrison's Beloved, a book that is still TBR. I still recall the opening of Song of Solomon, years later:
https://lithub.com/jonathan-lee-on-hooking-a-reader-with-the-first-line/

Cathythoughts Interesting quote! 6mo
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Cazxxx
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks ❤️❤️❤️ 7mo
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Kshakal
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Eggs Beautiful 😍 8mo
wisherwishinguponastar That is a great quote! 8mo
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JuliaTheBookNerd
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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I read this in my American Lit class back in college and throughly enjoyed it.

#ToniMorrison #WeRemember 🌹💔

#BookNerd 🤓💙📚

Eggs It is powerful… 8mo
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lynneamch
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Beloved named by Bookriot as 1 of "20 most influential historical fiction books of all time." Pic of Toni Morrison from a visit to the National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC. #WeRemember #ToniMorrison @Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks @Eggs

Eggs Well done 👍🏼 8mo
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SusanLee
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Eggs A well-loved choice ❤️ 8mo
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AllDebooks
Beloved | Toni Morrison
Pickpick

Beautiful storytelling with genuine characterisations gradually unveiling the difficulties and torment experienced by Sethe and her family.
Highly recommended.

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AllDebooks
Beloved | Toni Morrison

Round-up of the books of March.
Fiction - 10
Non-fiction- 5
DNF - 1 - The Astronaut's guide to living on earth by Chris Hadfield (I was inspired by his attitude and commitment but found it repetitive throughout the book. So much so it made me lose interest in the space stories)

#BOTM
The tagged book was my favourite March read by far. Reviewed on book profile.

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Carla
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Beloved is slaying me in a different way as a woman than it did as a 17-year-old at Yale. Looking forward to discussing it with you on the #podcast.
This quote is from her introduction, where she discussed how the novel came to be and her intentions for it. I decorated this way because I discover plants move the story forward, generate “rememory “, hurt and heal, bring people together and tear flesh. The roses die along the route to the carnival.

Cathythoughts Lovely post 👏❤️ 10mo
Carla @Cathythoughts thank you! Working on the podcast episode on Beloved now; I will post when it is live. ♥️ 10mo
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peacegypsy
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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One of my top 20 most beloved books.

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keepingupwiththepenguins
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Beloved smacks of a book that needs to be re-read over and over again to be appreciated fully. I wanted to love it outright; everyone said that I would and that I should… but I didn‘t, really. In fairness, lockdown probably wasn‘t the right time for me to read it. There‘s some future me who will re-read it and find it completely wonderful and brilliant. Full review: https://keepingupwiththepenguins.com/beloved-toni-morrison/

CarolynM I admired it rather than liking it. I don't think rereading would change that. 13mo
keepingupwiththepenguins @CarolynM That's such an excellent way to put it! Yes! 13mo
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BarbaraBB
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Bailedbailed

Me and Toni Morrison, we‘ve never been a good match. I know it‘s an unpopular opinion but this was the fourth of her books I tried and again it didn‘t work. Beloved asks too much from me. I can‘t seem to follow along and all time jumping and magical realism feels forced to me. Maybe some other time… #1001books

EvieBee She‘s not for me, either lol! 13mo
BarbaraBB @EvieBee I am honestly glad to hear that. She is such an important writer, I feel like I should love her 🤷🏻‍♀️😉 13mo
EvieBee In high school, I was in an advanced English class that didn‘t really exist. My teacher would just give me books to read and I would. Fell in love with Hardy, Austen, the Brontes and others but not Morrison. Couldn‘t do it, lol! 13mo
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vivastory It's interesting what writers we connect with. Song of Solomon floored me. It's one of my favorites of all time. Yet it's the only Morrison I've read 😬 13mo
vivastory In #1001 news, did you see a new edition is being released? 13mo
Leftcoastzen Did you ever try 13mo
AnneCecilie I‘m so happy I‘m not the only one who doesn‘t love her. I‘ve read three of her books. 13mo
vlwelser I hated this particular book. You are not alone. 13mo
IndoorDame I‘ve always had the same opinion. She‘s so iconic that I feel like I should try again, and it has been a while since I read one of hers, but I don‘t exactly have high hopes…🤷🏻‍♀️ 13mo
TheLudicReader You are not alone. 13mo
BarbaraBB @vivastory I read that one a long time ago and don‘t remember much. And I did hear good things about The Bluest Eye indeed @Leftcoastzen , so maybe I should give her one more try! 13mo
BarbaraBB @vivastory I didn‘t know about the new edition! Did you, @Liz_M ? I‘ll check it out immediately! 13mo
BarbaraBB @TheLudicReader @IndoorDame @vlwelser @EvieBee @AnneCecilie I hardly dared admit it but now I know I am in good company! 🤍 13mo
Ruthiella I love Morrison but there are plenty of other lauded authors who just aren‘t for me. Personally I find it kind of freeing, because accepting this removes a number of books from my TBR list! 😅 13mo
BarbaraBB @Ruthiella Names please 😃 13mo
Graywacke I think four books counts as a solid effort. I‘m a huge Morrison fan, but if she‘s not working for you, forget her. Self torture not required. This one, by the way, is really confusing. I think i knew the plot going in…and I think that helped me a lot. 13mo
Ruthiella Off the top of my head: D. H. Lawrence and Isabelle Allende. I‘ve read 3 books from each. Not my cup of tea! 13mo
BarbaraBB @Graywacke It is so confusing indeed and it makes me impatient and irritated. That‘s my state of mind at the moment, I realize, so I keep in mind that people like you are fan of her and might try again when I feel calmer. 13mo
BarbaraBB @Ruthiella 😃 I stopped reading both of them too after reading 3 books by each but I did like the ones I read. It was enough though! 13mo
CarolynM I admired this book more than liking it. It didn't make me want to read more of her work. I'm with @Ruthiella on Lawrence and Allende - both too weird (in their own ways) for me. I would add Gabriel Garcia Marquez to the list too. 13mo
BarbaraBB @CarolynM @Ruthiella I was thinking of him too. I wouldn‘t read him anymore but read a lot of his books. What about Kundera, Roth or even McEwan? Sometimes it‘s just enough. 13mo
Reggie I‘ve only read 2 of hers but have loved them so much. She has paragraphs that come back to me at times. Also, @Ruthiella and @CarolynM I think Lawrence is the only author I dnf‘ed after 275 pages, I think it was The Rainbow and I just felt like the main character walked from the house to the gate in that time. Lol 13mo
BarbaraBB @Reggie That is one I still “need” to read because it‘s on the list of #1001books… there are 5 of him on there 😱 13mo
BarbaraBB @vivastory I can‘t find the news about the new edition… do you remember where you read it? 13mo
Cinfhen Same 🤫🙁 13mo
Ruthiella @Reggie @CarolynM @BarbaraBB OMG, that‘s totally what drives me bananas about D. H. Lawrence, all the description. He spends so much time trying to capture the inner life of his characters... 13mo
Centique @CarolynM @Ruthiella @Reggie it‘s funny because those weird ones are my favourites! Love a little unreality creeping in. But I agree there‘s always an author or two that you just don‘t gel with. For me it‘s Jodi Picoult. 🙄 I also haven‘t got to grips with Joyce or Dostoevsky yet. But I‘m hopeful 🤞Reggie your comment about Lawrence is hilarious. I want to read that now just to experience that myself! 🤣 13mo
Ruthiella @Centique One of my good friend IRL who also reads loves Lawrence. There‘s no accounting for taste! 😜 I‘ve only read one Picoult book and found it so so. To many contrived metaphors and maybe a little heavy handed... 13mo
Reggie @Centique Lol I was in my teens so you have to take that into account. I think about trying him again just to see if I would think differently but I can‘t bring myself to do it. Also, I‘ve only read 2 by Picoult and she always picks up the hot topics of the moment and gives you the all around view. One was about a shooting at school and the other was about abortion which I loved because of some of the characters in there. 13mo
BarbaraBB @Liz_M Thanks! And good luck with those busy times at work. Happy these times are back for the arts 🤍🤍 13mo
BarbaraBB @Centique I have read one Picoult and enjoyed it but I‘ve never felt tempted to pick up another. I do love Dostoevsky though. Joyce always goes way over my head 😃 13mo
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BarbaraBB
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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#WeeklyForecast 43/21

In progress are The Promise (which I am enjoying a lot) and Beloved. Toni Morrison and I are not a good match - again. But I‘ll stick with it a bit longer.
I still have The Nothing Man lined up and am adding a translation of At Night‘s End, an Israelian book quite popular here at the moment.

Cinfhen I definitely want to read 13mo
Cinfhen And it‘s funny, I haven‘t heard about this book until you mentioned it to me… super curious 13mo
BarbaraBB @Cinfhen Yay, you‘re on Instagram 🤍 13mo
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squirrelbrain I quite liked Beloved (read it very recently as we‘re studying it on my course). I have the exact same edition as you! 😁 13mo
Cinfhen I‘ve been “on” IG for awhile but I NEVER post and hardly ever scroll @BarbaraBB but I‘m trying to broaden my horizons 13mo
BarbaraBB @squirrelbrain I find it a very hard read and I am confused by all changes in time. 🤷🏻‍♀️ 13mo
BarbaraBB @Cinfhen I am not that active either but it‘s fun to get glimpses on each other‘s lives! (edited) 13mo
TrishB Nice pic ♥️ good plans 13mo
Vansa I really did not like Beloved.It has a very profound, harrowing story but I just could not for the life of me get her style of writing.I didn't get the need for many scenes! 13mo
BarbaraBB @Vansa I‘m glad it‘s not just me! 13mo
Cathythoughts Im enjoying The Promice too 👍🏻❤️ 13mo
Graywacke Worried how you will take to Beloved. I found it so intense from the opening. Morrison seemed to put so much into it. 13mo
BarbaraBB @Graywacke I feel ashamed but I bailed. I posted my review. 😌 13mo
Graywacke @BarbaraBB going to check. Better to bail than push through and not enjoy it. 13mo
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ChaoticMissAdventures
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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#scarathlon #screamathon #teamHendrix week 2 Diversify your Horror Shelf

I was surprised when I learned that Beloved was listed many places as a horror book.

Not your traditional horror, but worth the read for the classical complexities.

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ChaoticMissAdventures
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Mehso-so

I wish I would have read this in school so I could have more analysis and discussion around it to really understand. It is a classic and Morrison is a God of writing but I don't think I really understand this. Blaming myself not the book.

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ChaoticMissAdventures
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Joining in #outstandingoctober readathon with @Andrew65 getting those #scarathlon points for #teamhendrix
I only finished one gorgeous book over the week but am close to finishing 2 more so my goal is to finish those and read a novella and one other book
Beloved
Once There Were Wolves
Ogers
Winter Counts

Andrew65 Good luck 😊👍 13mo
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megnews
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Leftcoastzen
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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#falltreasures #bannedbook some often challenged classics that live at my house .

Eggs Perfection 👌🏼👌🏼 1y
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bell7
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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This is an intricate, challenging, beautiful, and heartbreaking exploration of the legacy of slavery in the lives of one family and their community. Whether Beloved is really the ghost is left open for debate, but her presence ultimately changes Sethe and Denver as they grapple with the past. A deserved Pulitzer Prize winner, and just as worth reading now as when it was published in 1987.

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literateBee
Beloved | Toni Morrison

Brilliant

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Zoes_Human
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A heady blend of historical fiction and horror, Beloved takes us into a household of Black women just after the Civil War. Haunted both by the mother's prior life as a slave and a spirit that inhabits the house, this family overburdened with too much past must find a way into the future. Poignant and creeping yet awash with profound and poetic prose, a rare feat of literary horror.

#bookspin

TheAromaofBooks Woohoo!! 1y
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Zoes_Human
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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“She is a friend of my mind. She gather me, man. The pieces I am, she gather them and give them back to me in all the right order. It‘s good, you know, when you got a woman who is a friend of your mind.”

vivastory Love Dragon's Milk! 1y
Zoes_Human @vivastory It‘s almost the only beer I drink. 1y
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saritaroth
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“124 was spiteful. Full of a baby‘s venom.”

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JoeMo
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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I loved this book. It was one of the most beautifully written novels that I‘ve ever read. It‘s also one of the most tragic. The story is sort of like a long meandering dream that suddenly leaps between different characters, settings, and timeframes. Due to that, the story can be quite confusing at times, but if you stick with it, you‘ll get used to it. The author‘s narration in the audio edition is so personal it adds to the experience. 5/5

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Aida_Nam
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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'Beloved' is a work of art. It transcends genres. It's a disturbing historic account of the evils inflicted on a community, it's a psychological analysis of the turmoils of a simple woman caught in extremely harsh situations and somehow the supernatural element complements the story. The usage of dialogues and memories as a medium of narration establishes a link between the reader and characters.

Image sources: guardian.com and wikipedia.com

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Aida_Nam
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"THERE IS a loneliness that can be rocked. Arms crossed, knees drawn up; holding, holding on, this motion, unlike a ship‘s, smooths and contains the rocker. It‘s an inside kind—wrapped tight like skin. Then there is a loneliness that roams. No rocking can hold it down. It is alive, on its own. A dry and spreading thing that makes the sound of one‘s own feet going seem to come from a far-off place."

#beloved #tonymorrison

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Aida_Nam
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"They had become an occasional mutter—like the interior sounds a woman makes when she believes she is alone and unobserved at her work: a sth when she misses the needle‘s eye; a soft moan when she sees another chip in her one good platter; the low, friendly argument with which she greets the hens. Nothing fierce or startling. Just that eternal, private conversation that takes place between women and their tasks."
#beloved

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NikkiM5
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Another excellent story by Morrison ❤️ Beloved (the movie) seemed like a ghost story, but the book relayed how it was so much more than that. I plan on rewatching the movie, while it‘s fresh, to see what I may have missed.
I love how deep she delves into character backstories, bringing everything together in the end.
The pain of slavery and its eternal wounds is heartbreaking and she conveyed this hurt so well.

BookNAround I‘ve never seen the movie because I just can‘t imagine how they even come close to doing this brutally beautiful book justice. 2y
NikkiM5 @BookNAround yes they tried but I agree its impossible to do it justice. I see it‘s available on Prime. It‘s 3 hours 😳 I forgot it was so long. 2y
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Aida_Nam
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"to get to a place where you could love anything you chose—not to need permission for desire—well now, that was freedom." ..... It's like she answered the question she posed in the foreward of the book.

#beloved #tonymorrison

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Aida_Nam
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"In Ohio seasons are theatrical. Each one enters like a prima donna, convinced its performance is the reason the world has people in it."
#beloved #tonymorrison

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Aida_Nam
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"But her brain was not interested in the future. Loaded with the past and hungry for more, it left her no room to imagine, let alone plan for, the next day. "

#beloved #tonymorrison

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Aida_Nam
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"Where bits of news soaked like dried beans in spring water—until they were soft enough to digest." - some news takes a lot from us...

#beloved #tonymorrison

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Aida_Nam
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"Suspended between the nastiness of life and the meanness of the dead, she couldn‘t get interested in leaving life or living it" ... Somehow feels apt for the dilemma during this pandemic.

#beloved #tonymorisson

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Aida_Nam
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Loving the imagery in an otherwise straightforward introduction to the story...

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Aida_Nam
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A sentence from the forward that I almost overlooked, but something about it made me stop and wonder.. What is freedom? Why did it come to hold a different meaning for women?

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Katherineteale
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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“She gather me, man. The pieces I am, she gather them and give them back to me in all the right order.”

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cslavick1221
Beloved | Toni Morrison

“There is a loneliness that can be rocked. Arms crossed, knees drawn up; holding, holding on, this motion, unlike a ship‘s, smooths and contains the rocker. It‘s an inside kind — wrapped tight like skin. Then there is a loneliness that roams. No rocking can hold it down. It is alive, on its own. A dry and spreading thing that makes the sound of one‘s feet going seem to come from a far-off place.”

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Allylu
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What can I say about this book? So appropriate that I finished it during Black History Month. The story it tells is so compelling and it makes me feel that the mind of the author must have been so full of urgency to write this tragic tale. It‘s heartbreaking. #BookSpinBingo #BS from January and #3 February #BFC21 #SHUTDOWNRound2 #WinterRespite #100YEARS100BOOKS

Catherine_Willoughby Can't watch that movie! 2y
DieAReader 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 2y
Allylu @Catherine_Willoughby I wouldn‘t want to watch it either. 2y
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Kpiper
Beloved | Toni Morrison
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Celebrating Black History Month by listening to this trilogy on Cloud Library. Hearing her read it is just lovely.