aspects of hybridity in toni morrison beloved.
Hybridity in literature is typically used in postcolonial discourse to denote a blend of Eastern or African cultures and Western culture. A relatively simple example of this can be in the color symbolism in the novel. When Denver looks through a window and sees her mother, Sethe, kneeling on the floor in prayer, she also sees a fancy white dress kneeling beside her with its arm around her waist. Later, when Beloved actually appears in their front yard,...
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