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The Death of Sula

Summary: This essay is about the death of the character of Sula by Toni Morisson.
Besides Sula's death from disease, there are three deaths in the novel that involve the action or inaction of other people. Based on the study of Ethics' moral approaches, Eva, Sula and Nel are all guilty in deaths of Plum, Hannah and Chicken Little.

According to the Rights Approach of Ethics "People have an ability to choose freely what they will do with their lives, ad they have a fundamental moral right to have these choices respected." (The Ethics Connection). Although Eva felt that Plum had ruined his life by becoming a heroin addict, it was a choice he had made for himself. For Eva to decide she would take away his life was wrong, even if she thought she was helping him. She said, "I just thought of a way he could die like a man" (Sula, 72), having assumed he wanted to die. The Right's...

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