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Sula In Sula, Toni Morrison, winner of theNobel Prize for literature, tells the story of two women friends since childhood, separated in young adulthood, and reunited as grown women Nel Wright grows up to become a wife and mother, happy to remain in her hometown of Medallion, Ohio Sula Peace leaves Medallion to experience college, men, and life in the big city, an exceptional choice for a black woman to make in the late sAs girls, Nel and Sula are the best of friends, only children who find in each other a kindred spirit to share in each girl s loneliness and imagination When they meet again as adults, it s clear that Nel has chosen a life of acceptance and accommodation, while Sula must fight to defend her seemingly unconventional choices and beliefs But regardless of the physical and emotional distance that threatens this extraordinary friendship, the bond between the women remains unbreakable Her old friend had come home Sula, whose past she had lived through and with whom the present was a constant sharing of perceptions Talking to Sula had always been a conversation with herselfLyrical and gripping, Sula is an honest look at the power of friendship amid a backdrop of family, love, race, and the human conditionGisele Toueg


10 thoughts on “Sula

  1. Emily May Emily May says:

    Because each had discovered years before that they were neither white nor male, and that all freedom and triumph was forbidden to them, they had set about creating something else to be. 4 1 2 stars I have known for some time that I haven t read enough Toni Morrison Before Sula, I had only read Beloved, which is also a great book Reading this, I can t understand what took me so long to pick up another.Toni Morrison s writing is frank and uncompromising She creates characters who burn with Because each


  2. karen karen says:

    thanks for this book Because each had discovered years before that they were neither white nor male, and that all freedom and triumph was forbidden to them, they had set about creating something else to be.this one gets 4 please don t hit me again, sula stars.and honestly, forthan half of it, it was leaning towards 5 stars, and not just because of stockholm syndrome.i have never read toni morrison before her name was at the top of my authors i have never read, much to my great persona thanks for this book B


  3. Rowena Rowena says:

    Then summer came A summer limp with the weight of blossoming things Heavy sunflowers weeping over fences iris curling and browning at the edges far away from their purple hearts ears of corn letting their auburn hair wind down to their stalks And the boys The beautiful, beautiful boys who dotted the landscape like jewels, split the air with their shouts in the field, and thickened the river with their shining wet backs Even their footsteps left a smell of smoke behind Toni Morrison, S Then summer came A summer li


  4. Hannah Greendale Hannah Greendale says:

    Click here to watch a video review of this book on my channel, From Beginning to Bookend.In the hills above the valley town of Medallion, Ohio is a small neighborhood known as the Bottom where black residents form a tight knit community They are united in their understanding of discrimination and their experience with racial oppression The Bottom is home to Nel Wright and Sula Peace, two girls whose friendship is solidified by the burden of a horrendous secret Once grown, they remain guardian Click here to watch a vide


  5. Fabian Fabian says:

    This unerring writer has been the only one to get all 5 star reviews from me so far for Beloved, The Bluest Eye, all of her books have that same wondrous quality What can be said about our most cherished writer that hasn t already been said It is really hard to come up with a favorite novel Beloved for its twinges of Goth Eye for its incessant play with tenderness and cruelty Or this, for its inspiring mix of grief from the ultraheavy psychological effects of Eye the This unerring writer has been the only one to get all 5 st


  6. brian brian says:

    all these new editions of morrison s books have the same author photo on the back and it s been causing problems check it out despite that weird author hand placement thing, i ve been kinda seriously obsessing over all these pictures of morrison s huge lion s head, piercing eyes, and silver dreads and as i plow through her body of work i stare at her face for some external indication of all the furious demented psychotic shit she flings at us by all appearances she s a lovely woman i all these new editions of morrison s books have


  7. Michael Michael says:

    Short and tinged with sadness, Sula charts the rise and fall of a friendship between two Black women living in a conservative Midwestern town The story follows extroverted Sula and quiet Nel as the pair of girls grow up in radically different households but nevertheless form an intense bond with one another that they sustain over the years, only for it to collapse dramatically when Sula betrays Nel s trust on a whim, leading to disaster for all Meanwhile, the writer vividly contrasts images an Short and tinged with sadness, Sula charts


  8. Violet wells Violet wells says:

    This is the first time I ve ever struggled to review a book I ve read Perhaps this relentless English rain is getting to me and addling my brain Not that Sula was in any way bad Just that I find my response to it is as mysterious as the book itself I could say it s been a while since I read Toni Morrison and my first response was excitement at the reminder of how stunningly she can write a sentence Grass stood blade by blade, shocked into separateness by an ice that held for days I coul This is the first time I ve ever struggled to review a b


  9. Jibran Jibran says:

    Hell ain t things lasting forever Hell is change.It is time for change slowly, painfully, but inexorably the spirit of the age sheds old rags and dons a new garb The mutes are beginning to discover a voice that had been trapped in their windpipes eyes see things that they had hitherto only watched and hearts ache with a new throb of hope mixed with fear of which no one can tell which is greater From this sense of foreboding out comes Sula.The excluded community confined up in the hills out Hell ain t things lasting forever Hell is change.It is tim


  10. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    She had no center, no speck around which to grow I can t start to explain this book or the feeling I get each time a new chapter numbered according to years gives me the anxious expectation similar to unwrapping a piece of chocolate from the box of assortments you never know what you ll get I can t accurately explain why this fluidity of language, this mixture of elegant vernacular, this exhilarating and encompassing flow of words forms trails down my spine and envelops me into a warm cShe had no center, no speck around which to grow I can t start to exp


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