Beloved Portrate

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I chose to use this image because of the carefully selected words that symbolize the struggle and hardship that african american people had to overcome in the past.The character of Beloved embodies a generation of slavery and is a symbol of the ghost of the more general historical past of slavery just as she haunts the lives of her mother, Denver, and anyone else who comes in contact with Sethe’s family on 124.These stories that are contained within the complex characters of Beloved in the novel by Toni Morrison, many of which are mere fragments that cannot be truly pieced together until the end of the novel, relate a vivid and relentless portrait of some of the worst horrors of slavery.

 

 

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