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On Long Form, Collective Unconscious, and Light in August

Reading Light in August by William Faulkner makes me pine for long form, the craft of the long sentence or the novel. The book is emblematic of a genre of American literature beginning to delve into the theme of collective unconscious narrative voice, especially slave narratives and African American voice. 351 more words

Classism

God Help the Child by Toni Morrison

In her eleventh novel, God Help The Child, the Nobel Prize-winning author of Beloved and Song of Solomon, Toni Morrison, explores the harsher side of motherly love. 75 more words

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Chipotle strikes again!

Just when you think you didn’t need another reason to love Chipotle, the chain has added another endearing quality to their menu and, surprisingly, it isn’t food. 197 more words

Toni Morrison

“At some point in life
the world’s beauty
becomes enough.”
Toni Morrison

Women (quotes By Women)

“At some point in life
the world’s beauty
becomes enough.”
Toni Morrison

African American