Toni Morrison’s Gender Politics in Song of Solomon

Sheng QIN

Abstract


Racial and gender oppression are always of Toni Morrison’s great concern. She uses her pen to create fictions and non-fiction essays to fight for her fellow African American people. As a black female who enjoys the discourse power, she waves her gender politics into the great novel Song of Solomon. Key words: Toni Morrison; Gender politics; Song of SolomonRésumé: L’oppression raciale and l’oppression des femmes sont toujours les deux thèmes préoccupants de Toni Morrison. Elle utilise sa plume pour créer des fictions et des essais non-fiction afin de se battre pour ses compatriotes afro-américaines. En tant qu’une femme noire qui aime le pouvoir du discours, elle brandit sa politique de genre dans le grand roman Le chant de Salomon. Mots clés: Toni Morrison; Politique de genre; Chant de Salomon

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.css.1923669720110702.013

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