Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Concept of Motherhood in Toni Morrison’s Jazz
Dr. Nistha Parashar
Motherhood is an important concept in literature which has been variously depicted, discussed, interpreted and delineated by various authors across the ages. Toni Morrison too has dwelled upon this topic in her novel Jazz where she has tried to club the concept of motherhood with Mother Nature. Further, she has tried to depict how distorted childhood of orphaned children has huge psychological impact upon their future as well as their harmony with Mother Nature. The present paper thus endeavours to discuss the various shades and impact of motherhood as conceptualized by Toni Morrison in Jazz.
Morrison, Motherhood, Nature, Blacks, Slavery.
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