Beloved novel by Toni Morrisons contains stylistic devices as summary, biography,questions, literature building towards the theme. Initially, her purpose seemingly begins, and arenow fully understood but later at the end, her presence continues to be destructive to the livingpeople of the 124. I will begin by discussing themes presented in the novel (Peach & Linden, pg.233).The theme of evil is present throughout the beloved novel, for instance: as a ghost and asa person. This gives a clear evidence when ghost of the beloved chase away the two brothers,Burglar and Howard including other people who walked through the Bluestone road. The novelis set in America mainly along 124 Bluestone road. The evidence is where Seth’s escapes atOhio number 124 in Cincinnati where baby Suggs was living. Additionally, the novel is set insweet home where Seth flashbacks at about her past Beshore attempt to escape. Toni Morrisoncrafts contribute to this work greatly since he is one of the greatest authors in America and readsfrom her forthcoming novel (Peach ; Linden, pg. 233). In addition to this, Toni Morrison isknown as a woman of guardrails and the many boundaries that she keeps completing her work;The work “protect,” she told me.The author uses symbolism where he says in one of her important quotes that” she iscrazy because of the city” Toni Morrison uses various devices so as to control reactions of theSurname 2reader to everything which is happening. Various examples of these devices syntax for instance(as tied with steam of consciousness is a narration method. The narrator uses point of view, forinstance, he says’ when it goes to the Denver point of view it becomes more immature andemotional and uses third person limited switch too careful.Themes which emerged from beloved by Toni Morrison is about effects of slavery. Hesays that the dangers of slavery are the negative impacts concerning the senses of self, more forslaves and the novel contains various examples of self-alienation. Conversely, Morrison hasapplied character memories concerning past where she says the race of intended leadership isusually immaterial. Additionally, she says that one doesn’t require to be black to note thatslavery was the holocaust, emphasize on suffering generation who are worn down mentally andphysically but only who has forbearance in surviving in such adversity. The author has usedfreedom and also the idea of control and power appears all over. She realizes that she can onlyown herself and says that baby’s initial realization concerning her freedom involves her.In conclusion, Bodwins made recollections of his childhood once he approaches 124during the end of the novel and dwells on defining slavery trait. He says that the treatment ofslaves does not alter assumption of slavery thus defining freedom is centralized on possession.Conflict alliances that arise between characters are about racial differences. Bonny’s gives Twylaher excess food which symbolizes symbiotic alliance in between the girls. Other conflict allianceoccurs between Vivado and Ida who support racial exclusivity involving Bebop. The noveldepicts stronger familial bonds within black slaves in US during the 19th century. Morrison hasalso betrayed black’s family since she fails to shoulder the responsibilities to restore imageinvolving unity and wholeness. The main character in the novel is a black woman SeethWork citedSurname 3Peach, Linden. "Toni Morrison." The Cambridge Companion to American Fiction After1945 233 (2011).