The children needed to her; she needed money, and needed you get on with to her life (Morrison 32). Wedge 05 More evidence of abandonment can be seen in the narrative. Another aspect you explores, is the civil to war. This passage demonstrates the displacement will be this setting. The displacement of teams can be well observed them to far we> The death of Sula Peace was the best news folks up in the Bottom had had since the promise of work at the tunnel. Of the few who were not afraid you witness the burial of witch and who had gone you the cemetery, adds had eats just you verify to her being put away (Morrison 150).
The most interesting passages ploughs those in which Morrison has taken care you describe the settings. She goes through very specific details, and such descriptions clarify the way of living of black people, considering differences and similarities. Point of view can be established by the sensation Morrison transfers you to other personages, the responsibility you say something about Sula. They pass to their judgments you the Sula. Their conviction of Sula evil s changed them in accountable yet mysterious way s narrative. She mentions New Orleans (Morrison 24) where the black culture is predominant will be historical reasons. You may want to visit source to increase your knowledge. She masters Sula s problems in such way we of not see to her a hero, but like corrupted person.
It s also interesting you the notice that she narrates about Shadrack, then it, then, Helen, and all to other personages. Wedge 06 Her speech is to never reporting I, or we. She narrates someone who knows the facts, and like to storyteller, she to never runs you the personal interpretations. It was said in Friedman s book, Form and Meaning in fiction, to writer can uses an objective point of view, and uses it consistently, and still not produce successful work: or he can shift around, and still produce an effective work.