Love, Toni Morrison - Hallesches Haus

Love, Toni Morrison

Hallesches Haus

Love (2003) is the eighth novel by Toni Morrison where she created a work that is shrewd, funny, erotic, and heartwrenching.

Written in Morrison's non-linear style, the novel tells of the lives of several women and their relationships to the late Bill Cosey. 

Cosey was a charismatic hotel owner, and the people around him were affected by his life — even long after his death. The main characters are Christine, his granddaughter and Heed, his widow. The two are the same age and used to be friends but some forty years after Cosey's death they are sworn enemies, and yet share his mansion...

“A marvelous work, which enlarges our conception not only of love but of racial politics.” — Los Angeles Times Book Review

Language:  English 

Soft Cover 

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