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Tar Baby /

The place is the Caribbean Islands. A story revealing a whole spectrum of emotions underlying the relationship between black men and women, white men and women, and black and white people.

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  • "The place is the Caribbean Islands. A story revealing a whole spectrum of emotions underlying the relationship between black men and women, white men and women, and black and white people."@en
  • "Evocation des relations tourmentées entre deux Noirs issus de milieux sociaux antagonistes."
  • "An deeply and sensitive probe into the relationships between blacks and whites, blacks and blacks, and women and men, achieving a raw emotional intensity. Tar baby revelas all the shades of feeling as it explores the full spectrum of choices facing women and men in a black-and-white world."
  • "On a tropical island paradise, six people interact with each other in all the tender or hateful ways that human beings are capable of. Rich and poor, black and white, young and old, male and female, each has something to teach the others -- and each has something to learn."@en
  • "On a tropical island paradise, six people interact with each other in all the tender or hateful ways that human beings are capable of. Rich and poor, black and white, young and old, male and female, each has something to teach the others -- and each has something to learn."
  • "Een door blanken opgevoed zwart model wordt verliefd op een arme neger."
  • "Ravishingly beautiful and emotionally incendiary, Tar Baby is Toni Morrison's reinvention of the love story. Jadine Childs is a black fashion model with a white patron, a white boyfriend, and a coat made out of ninety perfect sealskins. Son is a black fugitive who embodies everything she loathes and desires. As Morrison follows their affair, which plays out from the Caribbean to Manhattan and the deep South, she charts all the nuances of obligation and betrayal between blacks and whites, masters and servants, and men and women. From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "Ravishingly beautiful and emotionally incendiary, Tar Baby is Toni Morrison?s reinvention of the love story. Jadine Childs is a black fashion model with a white patron, a white boyfriend, and a coat made out of ninety perfect sealskins. Son is a black fugitive who embodies everything she loathes and desires. As Morrison follows their affair, which plays out from the Caribbean to Manhattan and the deep South, she charts all the nuances of obligation and betrayal between blacks and whites, masters and servants, and men and women.From the Trade Paperback edition."@en
  • "A beautiful black woman of privilege finds herself attracted to the kind of black man she has dreaded since childhood: uneducated, violent, and contemptuous of her."@en
  • "Een door blanken opgevoede zwarte jonge vrouw wordt verliefd op een primitief denkende kleurling, maar hun relatie staat onder druk door de grote verschillen tussen hen beiden."
  • "The life of privilege Valerian and his wife and their servants and their niece Jadine have enjoyed on a beautiful Caribbean island is disrupted by the appearance of a ragged, starving, black American street man."@en
  • "The life of privilege Valerian and his wife and their servants and their niece Jadine have enjoyed on a beautiful Caribbean island is disrupted by the appearance of a ragged, starving, black American street man."
  • "A beautiful African-American woman of privilege finds herself attracted to the kind of man she has dreaded since childhood: uneducated, violent, and contemptuous of her."
  • "A stunning, eloquent contemporary love story which dramatizes the dilemma of black identity."@en
  • "Winner of the 1978 National Book Critic's Circle Award for fiction. "Beautiful and satisfying ... an unusually wise and large-spirited book ... consistently picturesque, charged with startling images".--Baltimore Sun."
  • "Winner of the 1978 National Book Critic's Circle Award for fiction. "Beautiful and satisfying ... an unusually wise and large-spirited book ... consistently picturesque, charged with startling images".--Baltimore Sun."@en
  • "The lives of 5 people, black and white, servant and millionaire, are entertwined. The setting is a Caribbean island. A visitor, young Jadine, neice of the butler and his wife and protegee of the Streets, educated at the Sorbonne, comes home for a visit from Paris. Son, black American street man breaks into the house and all lives are changed. Jadine and Son come together and strive to hold and understand each other as backgrounds and cultural circumstances come into play."
  • ""This novel is 'set mainly on a Caribbean island, where Jadine, a young light skinned African American woman with a degree from the Sorbonne and a successful career as a high-fashion model, meets and falls in love with Son, a black American fugitive. They travel to New York and to Son's impoverished home in the rural South, their passion playing out in the larger context of clashing cultures and values.'" Benet's Reader's Ency of Am Lit. *** "A beautiful African-American woman of privilege finds herself attracted to the kind of man she has dreaded since childhood: uneducated, violent, and contemptuous of her.""@en

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  • "Uncorrected proofs (Printing)."
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  • "Domestic fiction."@en
  • "Domestic fiction."
  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Electronic books."
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  • "Fiction"
  • "Domestic fiction"@en
  • "Domestic fiction"
  • "Motion picture plays"
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  • "Fiction."
  • "Love stories."
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  • "Roman américain"
  • "Powieść amerykańska"

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  • "Tar baby / par Toni Morrison ; nouvelle traduction de l'américain par Jean Guiloineau."
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