- Title Pages
- Introduction: There’s a Little Wheel a Turnin’ in My Heart: Cultural Concentricities and Enduring Identities
- 1 I’s Got the Blues: Malochia, Magic, and the Descent into Madness in <i>The Bluest Eye</i>
- 2 Always: The Living Ancestor and the Testimony of Will in <i>Sula</i>
- 3 I’ve Got a Home in Dat Rock: Ritual and the Construction of Family History in <i>Song of Solomon</i>
- 4 Dancing with Trees and Dreamin of Yellow Dresses: The Dilemma of Jadine in <i>Tar Baby</i>
- 5 In(<i>her</i>)iting the Divine:(Consola)tions, Sacred (Convent)ions, and Mediations of the Spiritual In-between in <i>Paradise</i>
- 6 Living with the Dead: Memory and Ancestral Presence in <i>Beloved</i>
- 7 Tracing Wild’s Child Joe and Tracking the Hunter: An Examination of the Òrìsà Ochossi in <i>Jazz</i>
- 8 If I’d a Knowed More, I Would a Loved More: Toni Morrison’s <i>Love</i> and Spiritual Authorship
- Works Cited
- African Spiritual Traditions in the Novels of Toni Morrison
- University Press of Florida
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