However red may be somewhat stigmatized, Morrison also sprinkles her novel with episodes of colorful liberation, such as Paul D. To understand these truths one must accept that Beloved is a physical representation of the past, Sethe embodies the present, and Denver exemplifies the future.
This is probably because she is a victim of the system. This is where Sethe finds solace and salvation upon her escape from slavery.
It takes place during a time of social change. Beloved partially recollects the creation of a new culture, of people who were forcibly displaced and involuntary forced to forge a new race when faced with the dehumanization and brutality associated with slavery. It is the black community in Cincinnati which operates as a form of salvation for many of the character.
What was Paul D. Regardless of the main protagonist being able to escape slavery, it continued to affect her family for many years to come.
Schoolteacher beats him "to show him that definitions belonged to the definers-not the defined" This is the origin of the fear of falling into pieces.