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Sula by Toni Morrison and the Relationship Between Nel and Sula

where people were loud as they danced and sung amidst a house that was less than perfectly organized. As we can see in this very s...

Comparative Analysis of Nel Wright and Sula Peace in Sula by Toni Morrison

very beginning of the book a reader understands that this will not be, in any way, a "usual" story, especially as the logic behind...

Relationship of Nel and Sula in Sula by Toni Morrison

and sung amidst a house that was less than perfectly organized. As we can see in this very simple beginning, a beginning that sets...

Sula by Toni Morrison and Childhood Homes

the ease and comfort of old friends. Because each had discovered that they were neither white nor male, and that all freedom and t...

Community in Sula by Toni Morrison

However, each contact with the white community in the town below reminds the reader of the constraints established by racial bigot...

Good and Evil in Sula by Toni Morrison

Nel and Sula. Nel is light-skinned and lives in a tidy, respectable middle class home. Sula is deep brown and lives in a disrep...

Sula by Toni Morrison

It is a story that could well be about any community in any part of the world. In essence, unlike many of Morrisons...

Sula by Toni Morrison and the Shadrack Character

In a paper consisting of five pages the ways in which Shadrack is affected by patriarchal and racial issues throughout the course ...

A Comparison between Sula by Toni Morrison and The Fox by D.H. Lawrence

This 5 page paper discusses the relationship among the female characters in Toni Morrison's Sula and The Fox by D.H. Lawrence. The...

Sula by Toni Morrison

This 5 page paper analyzes Toni Morrison's novel Sula. Primary source only....

Good and Evil in Sula by Toni Morrison

Sula deals with the lives of these two opposed characters, The novel opens at the time when the girls were around the age of twel...

Evil Underpinnings in Sula by Toni Morrison

In 4 pages this paper examines the struggles of Nell and Sula in contending with apathy and evil in this novel by Toni Morrison. ...

Sula by Toni Morrison

This 5 page paper summarizes Tony Morrison's novel Sula. Primary source only....

Murders in Beloved and Sula by Toni Morrison

In five pages this paper contrasts and compares these novels by Toni Morrison in terms of how each feature murders. There are no ...

Abandonment Theme in Sula by Toni Morrison

extremely close friends. Nel is abandoned by her husband, Jude, when she catches him making love to Sula. This is a double loss fo...

Toni Morrison's Sula

In five pages this paper examines the community portrayed in the novel and the impact of Sula and Shadrack. Four sources are cite...

Women's Relationships in Alice Walker's The Color Purple and Toni Morrison's Sula

forbidden to them, they have set about creating something else to be" (Morrison 52). For example, Sula would go to Nels house to s...

Toni Morrison’s Sula

It is also interesting to note that when they grow, and separate, they take on the roles of their mothers: "Nel struggles to a con...

Comparison Between Gabriel Garcia Marquez's Chronicle of Death Foretold and Toni Morrison's Sula

Sula because she has divorced herself so completely from her own emotions. By the end of the novel, both characters come to the re...

Toni Morrison’s Sula: Moral Ambiguity

to the community, a clear case of moral ambiguity wherein Sula and her family felt they had a right and that their behavior was, o...

Single Women in Toni Morrison's Sula and in Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire

In five pages this paper considers the portrayal of single women in this comparison and contrasting of Morrison's novel and Willia...

Language Uses in Julia Alvarez's How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents and Toni Morrison's Sula

rejection, cause the child to turn away from the conventions of society and to avoid even the trauma of her own emotional reaction...

Toni Morrison's Sula and 'Black' Literature

complex, contradictory, evasive, independent and liquid modernity . . . (that) . . . ushers in the Jazz Age" (Basu 93). The Jazz A...

Novel Writing Narrative Techniques in William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying and in Toni Morrison's Sula

In 5 pages this paper examines the various narrative techniques these authors employ in a contrast and comparison of these novels ...

Love in Toni Morrison's Sula, Charles Dickens' Hard Times, and William Shakespeare's Othello

In six pages this essay considers how heroines love in each of these works which also discusses the social reflections of their ap...

Virtue and Self-Discipline in Toni Morrison's Sula

This 5 page paper explores the concepts of virtue and self-discipline and how self-discipline applies to virtue in Toni Morrison's...

Separation between the Self and Other in Toni Morrison's Sula

This 6 page paper discusses the concept of the separation between the Self and Other, as realized by Toni Morrison in her novel Su...

Child Murder in Toni Morrison's Novels Sula and Beloved

This 10 page paper discusses the reasons why Eva and Sethe would kill their children in the novels Sula and Beloved. There are 6 s...

Sula and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

This 10 page paper analyzes the Toni Morrison story Sula and then discusses it with reference to her novel The Bluest Eye. There a...

Submissive Gender Roles in Sula and Song of Solomon by Toni Morrison

planned any of it, but he had to know that one day, after Macon hit her, hed see his mothers hand cover her lips as she searched w...