Toni Morrison, critical analysis, literary criticism
This poster provides the steps that the reader of Toni Morrison's novel needs to follow in order to cope with the unreliable narrative of Frank Money in Home(2012). Morrison discloses violence inside and outside America through the lens of Frank's first person narration. Under his self-rationalization, his desire to be part of America is buried and he confirms his superiority by marginalizing the Korean girl who is his victim.
Arts and Humanities | Modern Literature
Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs (ECA) of the U.S. Department of State
Instructors: Jacqueline Schneider and Deborah McGraw
Namgung, Song, "Steps for Analyzing an Unreliable Narrative in Toni Morrison's Home (2012)" (2020). English Language Institute. 104.
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