International Journal of Recent Trends in Engineering & Research

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STUDY OF RACISM IN TONI MORRISON’S SONG OF SOLOMON

Publication Date : 15/03/2020


DOI : 10.23883/IJRTER.CONF.20200315.002.XCBVT


Author(s) :

NIVETHITHA.R.


Conference Name :
2nd International Conference on New Scientific Creations in Engineering and Technology - 2020



Abstract :

Racism is an obnoxious word that has been around as long as mankind itself. It is actually can be broken down into two distinct delineations: on the one hand it simply means that groups of people are defined by their inherent differences like skin color, culture, appearance, and that because of these differences, one group is seen to be better than the other. The second explanation of racism is the unfair treatment of others based solely on these differences. Throughout history, humankind has treated others with contempt and committed atrocities upon them just because of the color of their skin or the culture from which they come. Toni Morrison, the black southerner, mediated the urge for the blacks and transmutes the peculiar proximity of Afro-American’s genderized, sexualized, and racialized world into writing.


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