Toni Morrison's Sula: Formation of the Self in Terms of Love-Death Relationships with Others and with Oneself
Jiménez Rodríguez, Adriana
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This paper analyzes Toni Morrison's novel Sula from the joint perspectives of feminism and African-American women's writing. It attempts to explore, using a New Critic approach, the undeniable presence of the forces of love and death throughout the narrative in the specific context of the protagonist's relationship with others and with herself..