Personal Identity In Toni Morrison's Pilate Song

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Pilate song helps her to maintain her individuality. For two reasons she’s singing literally and figuratively, first, she has a strong personal identity separate from the numbing pressures of both men and society in general and second, she is connected with the spirit world. Two characteristic tendencies that Morrison never averts her eyes from the tragedies of racialism, the most serious problem throughout the history of America, and at the same time she have become persist with great effort an experimental artist of language in her struggles to represent the traumatic effects of racial prejudice on the inner sphere of selfhood, the injurious blows on the identity formation of her characters tragedies symbolize the long-established and unlikely
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