At one point she becomes the caregiver for both Beloved and her mother.
Desperate, she summons the courage to leave the house to ask community members for help. When Beloved is driven out for good, Denver finds a job and begins to prepare to go to college.
She asserted her newfound freedom and independence by taking her husband's name.
Baby Suggs welcomed Sethe and the children into her home and became a stabilizing force for them.
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James, I know you put a lot of work into this paper, There are 11 questions that I need help answering. She spends her childhood isolated from the outside community because her mother killed her older sister and the tragedy caused their neighbors to shun them.She becomes a teenager constantly searching for her own identity.Paul D is caught, trying to escape, and taken back to the farm in chains. Forced to work on a prison chain gang, he is miraculously able to escape to the North.For years he wanders around, never putting down roots, and not wanting to.At the same time, she craves attention from her mother and Beloved.Learning what her mother has done, she lives in constant fear that her mother will kill her too.Later, she returns in the form of an 18-year-old woman to manipulate her mother and sister and to drive away her mother's new lover.Her disturbing and demanding presence forces them to face the memories of their past. Denver, Sethe's youngest child, is an innocent victim of the events of the novel.The Princeton University Library is pleased to announce that the major portion of the Toni Morrison Papers (C1491), part of the Library’s permanent collections since 2014, is now open for research.The papers are located in the Manuscripts Division, Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, in the Harvey S. They contain more than two hundred linear feet of archival materials that document the life and work of Toni Morrison, Nobel Laureate in Literature (1993) and Robert F.