Sula - Study Guide 1923 Summary & Analysis

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Many strange things happen on this particular day in addition to a strange night before. There was a strong wind – the kind that usually brings rain, but this time it only brought a drier heat. The second one is Hannah going to her mother's room to ask if she really loved her children. Eva defends herself and her actions and says she loved and kept them alive – that should be enough. Hannah wonders why Eva killed Plum and Eva says it was to give him an honorable death as a "man" before he regressed any further back into childhood. Hannah leaves the room, heads to the kitchen and begins cleaning the beans for dinner. She sees the Deweys playing chain gang out the window with their laces all tied together. Then, she lies down and has a dream of a wedding in a red gown until Sula...

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