Tar Baby

Tar Baby

by Toni Morrison
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Tar Baby 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
My first Toni Morrison novel, Tar Baby took my breath away. Her poetic and powerful writing gave me chills and touched me very personally. You can feel and see the words, not just read them. I will definately read more of her works in the future.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The simplicity of the story lies in Toni's great talent in which she can spin a tale. There's nothing to it. It's pure Toni...the ending is quite shocking, but true to the author's favor. It gives depth to the ordinary.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Reading Tar Baby was like having a pot of soup on the oven and letting it slowly simmer to perfection. I love the subtle language of Morrison, the characters interaction with each other, the way Morrison uses Valerian almost as the overseer over all the madness. This book is a good study in the relationship between blacks and whites, and the climax at the dinner table is a classic. Read this book!!
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Where are you? Your sister, Fauna, sent me after you
Guest More than 1 year ago
Morrison draws us into the lives of her characters and has the reader wanting to know what is going to happen to them next. Her characters are not exceptional people with exceptional lives. We get to peak in on their lives for only a short period. However, it is a time that proves to be disruptive to the order of things in all their lives. The book illustrates how fragile and tentative are our own life stories. A single incident can quickly change the order of our lives.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Suddenly falls into tartarus and make plants flow to her to give her oxygen