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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Iuliia Ipatova
Femininity in the Work of Toni Morrison
2018
The graduate work presents an analysis of women’s relationship in Toni Morrison’s novels which include gender, racial and class issues.

The study questions the interpretation of T. Morrison's work as feminist par excelence. The also author emphasizes it is impossible to analyze the novels only from “black writer’s” fighting for the rights of African Americans point of view, because Morrison is not limited by white racism and sexism, considering the problems within the closed black society.

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