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As girls, Nel and Sula are the best of friends, only children who find in each other a kindred spirit to share in each girl's loneliness and imagination. When they meet again as adults, it's clear that Nel has chosen a life of acceptance and accommodation, while Sula must fight to defend her seemingly unconventional choices and beliefs. But regardless of the physical and emotional distance that threatens this extraordinary friendship, the bond between the women remains unbreakable: "Her old friend had come home.... Sula, whose past she had lived through and with whom the present was a constant sharing of perceptions. Talking to Sula had always been a conversation with herself."
Lyrical and gripping, Sula is an honest look at the power of friendship amid a backdrop of family, love, race, and the human condition. --Gisele Toueg --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I did not understand the book on a whole although it was interesting reading. At the end, I was thoroughly confused, some I understood and some parts of the book I was completely... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sekayi
Wasn't a big fan of this book. I've read books by this author and loved them but this one not so muchPublished 13 days ago by Sharon O'Brien
This is a most thought provoking book. Beautifully written with intricate imagery and great depth of knowledge of people. Certainly opens readers eyes to another culture. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Ms. S. M. Hilton
very strange characters and strange events. I couldn't finish reading it. Not an enjoyable read.Published 17 days ago by Louise T Davidson
I am not really enjoying the story line of the writing. It has been a difficult read to stay interested in.Published 1 month ago by Linda O'Neil