restricted access Aphrodite's Faces: Toni Morrison's Love and Ethics

This study seeks to examine the ethical import of Morrison's eighth novel, Love (2003), through analysis of its narrative forms. With a complex weaving of narrative voices that offer oppositional points of views, Love demands that readers reconsider what they have been told. By foregrounding narrative ethics as the figurative, as showing rather than telling and signifying, this paper closely examines Love's narrative voices.