Additional Resources for Sula by Toni Morrison

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Angelo, Bonnie, "The Pain of Being Black," in Time, May 22, 1989.

In this interview, Morrison discusses racism in society
and in her novels.

Basu, Biman, "The Black Voice and the Language of the
Text: Toni Morrison's Sula," in College Literature, October
1996, p. 88.

This article discusses Morrison's use of African-
American vernacular in the novel.

Bloom, Harold, ed., Toni Morrison's "Sula," Modern Critical Interpretations series, Chelsea House, 1999.

This is a compendium of critical essays on Sula.

Carabi, Angels, "Toni Morrison," in Belles Lettres: A Review
of Books by Women
, Spring 1995, p. 40.

In this interview, Morrison discusses her novel, Jazz,
and race in American society during the middle of
the twentieth century.

Grewal, Gurleen, Circles of Sorrow, Lives of Struggle: The Novels of Toni Morrison, Louisiana State University Press, 1998.

This critical text examines Morrison's novels and the
African-American experience.

Rice, Herbert William, ed., Toni Morrison: A Rhetorical Reading, Peter Lang...

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