Beloved is a fictional novel. It is written by Toni Morrison. He was an American college professor, essayist, novelist, and book editor. The Bluest Eye was his debut novel which was published in 1970. The Source of Self-Regard is another fantastic novel by the author.
Toni Morrison narrated this novel herself. It had a few flaws especially since Toni was whispering sometimes during its narration. She also lacked breath to read through some average size passages even. She was avoiding pauses in the middle of sentences and all this made this audiobook a confusing read for the audience.
This book starts into the abyss of slavery. This historical fiction novel transforms history into such a beautiful and powerful story. Its protagonist, Sethe was born as a slave and managed to escape and run to Ohio. But she is still not free even after 18 years. She has a lot of memories of the Sweet Home along with the gorgeous farm where a lot of things have happened over the years.
The book is filled with suspense and poetry. Beloved is nothing short of towering achievement. Toni Morrison deserves a lot of credit for their success. She has also received the National Books Critics Circle Award. Along with that, she is the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize as well. On top of all that, she got the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1993.
This is a very compelling story from a historic period. The lyrical prose is very beautifully woven into this tale which makes it so special and appealing to the audience. The New York Times rate it as the best novel from America in the last 25 years.
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