By Toni Morrison
BY THE NOBEL PRIZE-WINNING writer OF BELOVED
Song of Solomon starts in Thirties the US with Macon lifeless Jr, the son of a filthy rich black house owner, who has been mentioned to revere the white international. Macon learns concerning the tyranny of white society from his buddy Guitar, although he's extra serious about escaping the familial tyranny of his personal father. So whereas Guitar joins a terrorist crew of negative blacks, Macon is going domestic to the South, lured by way of stories of buried relatives treasure. yet his odyssey again domestic and a perilous disagreement with Guitar ends up in the invention of whatever infinitely extra necessary than gold: his previous and the origins of his precise self.
Winner of the PEN/Saul Bellow award for fulfillment in American fiction
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