restricted access   Volume 52, Number 2, Summer 2006

Table of Contents

From: MFS Modern Fiction Studies

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Special Issue: Toni Morrison

Introduction: On Incendiary Art, the Moral Imagination, and Toni Morrison

pp. 261-269
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Articles

I. Reaching Toward Paradise

Pure Black: Class, Color, and Intraracial Politics in Toni Morrison's Paradise

pp. 270-296
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Loose Memory in Toni Morrison's Paradise and Zoe Wicomb's David's Story

pp. 297-320
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Anti-Exodus: Countermemory, Gender, Race, and Everyday Life in Toni Morrison's Paradise

pp. 321-349
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Beware the Furrow of the Middlebrow: Searching for Paradise on The Oprah Winfrey Show

pp. 350-373
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II. Negotiating Gender and Justice in Morrison

A "Headless Display": Sula, Soldiers, and Lynching

pp. 374-392
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The Gender of Diaspora in Toni Morrison's Tar Baby

pp. 393-414
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What We Talk about When We Talk about Beloved

pp. 415-439
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"Something Rogue": Commensurability, Commodification, Crime, and Justice in Toni Morrison's Later Fiction

pp. 440-469
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Music and Memory in Morrison

Jazz and the Future Blues: Toni Morrison's Urban Folk Zone

pp. 470-494
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Toni Morrison and "Sis Joe": The Musical Heritage of Paul D

pp. 495-523
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Music and the Allegory of Memory in Margaret Garner

pp. 524-541
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 542-543
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Margaret Church Award

2005 Margaret Church MFS Memorial Prize

pp. 544-545
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