Toni Morrison’s Sula: A Satire On Binary Thinking

Basically the article is talking about satire and binary oppositions. Its saying that Sula is numerous as it is diverse. There are many different views on how a text is written. Some say Sula was written as the study of female friendship. Others disagreed and said it was a fable.

In this text, you never get to really get to the bottom of things. Its a book that is based on shifts and different mood swings. Like when they say Negroes live on the bottom but they really live on the top. This confuses readers and creates binary oppositions.All text don’t have to have only one meaning to it though.

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