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    • FANNY AND SUWELO: SHADES OF LOVE IN ALICE WALKER’S “THE TEMPLE OF MY FAMILIAR” 

      Boneva-Kamenova, Bozhidara; Бонева-Каменова, Божидара (Plovdiv University Press, 2020-10-20)
      In the 1980s, African American literature and culture reached new heights. Many women authors composed masterpieces and received a lot of critical attention and acclaim. Alice Walker had already unsettled and divided the ...
    • “SHE BE DEAD:” BLACK FEMALE SUBJECTIVITY IN TONI MORRISON’S HOME 

      Boneva-Kamenova, Bozhidara (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2019)
      Toni Morrison’s Home explores the effect of trauma and abandonment on people’s decisions, life and desire for self-fulfillment and self-actualization. The two focal fields in the novel, army and medical, are subjected to ...
    • SLAVE MENTALITY AND MOTHERHOOD IN TONI MORRISON’S BELOVED 

      Boneva-Kamenova, Bozhidara (УИ "Паисий Хилендарски", 2018)
      In her Pulitzer-Prize winning novel Toni Morrison reflects on the slave past and its effect on future generations, in the process she raises questions concerning female identity, mentality, motherhood, memory, and trauma ...