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        The Power of Toni Morrison's Beloved | The Great American Read

        Parul Seghal, book critic for The New York Times, explains why she finds Toni Morrison’s novel Beloved to be such a powerful way to connect to the past. She offers the idea that Morrison’s fiction is more powerful, perhaps, than the author’s nonfiction work that also investigated slavery.

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