The Analysis of Sula’s Eccentricity in Character: Family and Community’s Influence on a Person’s Character

Guiqin AN

Abstract


Sula, the heroine in the second novel by Toni Morrison, has attracted the attention of many critics and readers. There are many discussions and reviews on Sula, especially on Sula’s character from every perspective. Based on the previous reviews, this paper mainly analyzes Sula’s eccentricity in character from the family and community’s influence in shaping a person’s character, which is of great help for readers to better understand Sula. 
Key words: Sula;  Character;  Eccentricity

Keywords


Sula; Character; Eccentricity



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968%2Fj.ccc.1923670020110704.028

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