The Analysis of Sula’s Image as a New World Black Woman ---- Preserver and Destroyer
Sula, the heroine in the second novel by Toni Morrison, has attracts the attention of many critics and readers. There are many discussions and reviews on Sula, especially on Sula’s image from every perspective. Based on the previous reviews, this paper mainly analyzes Sula’s image as a new world black woman ---- a preserver and destroyer from a feminist perspective, which is of great help for readers to have a better understanding of Sula.
Key words: Sula; Image; Preserver; Destroyer
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