From Janie Crawford To Sula: Black Female Characters In Fiction We Love And Hate

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Sethe, Beloved by Toni Morrison

To what extent would a person go in order to save their children from a terrifying existence? That question was answered by the actions of Sethe. Some say it was courageous, others say brutal and inhumane. Sethe called it necessary. Sethe is a character one cannot hate or even love; a quiet distance is all that can be offered.


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