Peoples’ Rolls In Sula
In the novel Sula all the characters have their roles that they’re molded into just like everyone does in life. Based in the time that it takes place in and the fact that the vast majority of the characters are African-American their roles are pretty much forced for them to live by a predominately White- male society.
The introduction to the novel starts off towards the end of slave times (
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are the people’s roles that they are molded into because of the time this story takes place and the setting it is in. Everyone in life eventually assumes a role and makes patterns and lives like that. The novel Sula follows those roles and patterns for a group of people in the early twentieth century. It is a biographical masterpiece of fictional characters that must all assume their roles and live out their lives.