Wednesday, August 19, 2020

book club - Sula by Toni Morrison



It was not death or dying that frightened him, but the unexpectedness of both.

They did not believe death was accidental - life might be, but death was deliberate.  They did not believe Nature was ever askew - only inconvenient.  Plague and drought were are "natural" as springtime.

"Being good to somebody is just like being mean to somebody.  Risky.  You don't get nothing for it."