Song Of Solomon Rhetorical Analysis

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While researching and searching for articles on JSTOR, I came across “Civilizations Underneath: African Heritage as Cultural Discourse in Toni Morrison’s Song of Solomon” written by Gay Wilentz. In his article Wilentz proves that Toni Morrison has transformed the “Eurocentric cultural discourse through the acceptance of African heritage, told be generations of women storytellers” (62). Before I focused on both male and female characters and their identities, yet I have now realized that I want to strictly focus on the male identity when I write my paper. In Song of Solomon,Toni Morrison focused on the African-American male identity as it is sometimes overlooked in history as the African-American females are viewed as carrying more of the burden
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