Toni Morrison Essay Topics

Black Feminist Theory

Sula is Morrison’s main character and is a perfect example of a Liberated woman. According to Lois Tyson’s definition of a Liberated Woman, Sula has “discovered her abilities, knows what she needs, and goes about getting it. ” Along with all these activities, comes pride and independence. It began when Sula was younger as she… View Article

Sula Good vs Evil

Toni Morrison writes the book Sula with the intention of questioning the idea of good versus evil. “The novel invokes oppositions of good/evil, virgin/whore, self/other, but moves beyond them” says Deborah E McDowell( 82). The characters in Sula give the novel its great interest by using different behaviors and qualities for each character to prove… View Article

Violence in the book “Sula” by Toni Morrison

“Sula” by Toni Morrison is a compelling novel about a self-confident woman called Sula. In this book, Sula shares an important relationship with Nel. In this relationship both girls share everything from perception, judgments, secrets and even crimes. In this book, Toni Morrison mentions a few scenes about violence that probably affected Sula’s life and… View Article