Tar Baby by Toni Morrison
Powerful. Symbolism, sensuality, and tumultous, furious race and gender clashes.
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Tagged as book review, gender roles, identity, racism between blacks and whites, racism within black culture, servant and patron dependencies, Tar Baby, Toni Morrison
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