Inequalities In Sula

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Toni Morrison wrote Sula in 1973 to show the uncertainty and the conflict of right and wrong and the differences between sinful and moral in the society. Morrison portrayed the sexuality of women in a subtle way through the character of Sula who was exposing social problems in the black community. Gender inequality in the story is the main difficulty that the readers can grasp when reading about the experiences of Sula and her best friend, Nel who live at the Bottom of the society. The people in Sula’s city, even her friend Nel, rejected her sinful and nasty doing because she seduced men. It seems that she has the conception that sleeping with different men was simply normal. She did not think of the severe pain that she caused to her friend,
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