In “A phobia in existence and absence : " The meaning of meaninglessness with expectant and expected , the struggles of un- dead Beloved ", the aim is to illuminate the inner psychology of blacks and their bad experiences that they have been exposed to. " The trafficking between the living and the dead, although not unfamiliar in the east or west, also is rooted in African religion, philosophy, art, and tradition" (Dipace,1994) . Toni Morrison’s Beloved is a significant work with various topics, including motherhood, the struggles of blacks-especially black women- and the bestial behaviour of white society on blacks. “ The struggle for psychic wholeness is a continuous one in Toni Morrison’s Beloved, a novel situated in slavery and its aftermath” ( Melus , 2001:1 ). In Beloved (1987) , Toni Morrison powerfully deconstructs the master - slave narrative by speaking about two " unspeakable things unspoken " in the bulk of American literature and hitherto marginalized in American history: the horror of the Middle Passage and the horror of slavery ( Dipace, 1994 ). But however Morrison behaves very careful on the issue of making all the whites bad and all the blacks wonderful. In this study, it has been tried to explain Morrison’s views about slavery by help of black sezp-anhe baby, Beloved. “ Sezp Anhe ” means ‘a living ceature’ that is dead indeed in Egyptian and it is the name of a sfenk that it inhabited in the shape of half-man in Egypt . Beloved is a dead baby killed by her mother and comes from a true story belonging to Margaret Garner who killed her baby by a handsaw rather than seeing her child to be forced into the life of slavery as she was. But it is a salvation for Beloved, a liberation provided her for saying loudly ‘ ELEUTHERIA! ELEUTHERIA! ELEUTHERIA! ‘. “Eleutheria”, as a French word ,is to be used for freedom. The first tragic cause is rooted in the African diaspora. Historically known as the Middle Passage, the slave trade spanned the expansion of Europe from the sixteenth century, culminating in America in the late nineteenth century ( Dipace,1994 ). In spite of bad experiences,this, as Marley says ; “ love the life you live and live the life you love” must be said by all languished people who are exposure to- war , genocide , and slavery.
Toni Morrison, Eternity, Black-Caged Bird Sethe, Venom, Eleutheria