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Sula Race Quotes

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Quote #10

Just over there was the colored part of the cemetery. She went in. Sula was buried there […]. (1965.59)

Not even death brings an end to racism. Sula is buried in a segregated cemetery, in a segregated town, suggesting something eternal about racial discrimination.

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