"Sula" by Toni Morrison - Analysis and Explanation of opposition use.
Toni Morrison's novel "Sula" bases itself on ambiguity, questioning the definitions of "good" and "evil", and how closely the two resemble one another. The novel attempts to scrutinize the complexity of human emotions and relationships, exploring ways to make meaning of lives filled with such idiosyncratic conflicts of race and gender. In the context of Sula, "good" and "evil" are shown to be concepts too simplistic to apply to life - nothing is wholly one or the other.
Sula and Nel, though growing up in contrasting backgrounds, become best friends. Nel grew up in a conventional home, rais…
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