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Justin VieiraJanuary 23 2000 SUPA WRT 105Mrs Weiss I Love Mommy 3 Inside two boys Howard and Buglar bled in the sawdust and dirt at the feet of a nigger woman Sethe holding a blood-soaked child Beloved to her chest with one hand and an infant Denver by the heels in the other She did not look at them she simply swung the baby toward the wall planks missed and tried to connect a second time page 149 One of the first things a baby sees when they are born is their mother A baby can be certain their mother loves them more than anything because they are of the same flesh and blood What is a baby to think when their own face decapitates them with a hacksaw It is only natural for the baby to be confused as to how to react to that woman that is suppose to love them Toni Morrison includes a stream of consciousness chapter in Beloved to express Beloveds confusion about everything she sees as a baby Without reading the chapter the first observation made is the lack of punctuation Even though Beloved is physically a women she has many childlike qualities Beloved has skipped the developmental period between birth and adulthood how can I Beloved say things that are pictures page 210 Beloved only sees things as a baby does For this reason she does not know how to form sentences The only word that is consistently punctuated correctly is I The only thing that Beloved is truly sure about is herself Everything else has the power to deceive her we are all trying to leave our bodies behind the man on my face Halle has done it it is hard to make yourself die forever page 210 Beloved has been amongst the living and the dead According to her the purpose of life is to become dead Halle the man on
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