Sula Chapter 11: 1965 Summary and Analysis

Toni Morrison

Chapter 11: 1965 Summary and Analysis

Things seemed better in 1965. The colored people were beginning to find work in the stores; one was even teaching in the local school.

Nel remarked that many things were better in the past. The young men of the day reminded Nel of the deweys. It was becoming more difficult for Nel to recognize many of the people in the town.

Medallion seemed to build a home for the elderly every time it built a road. It appeared the community needed more rooms for the elderly. The population was not necessarily living longer; the families were just placing their elderly in the homes sooner. It seemed easy for the white families to place their older people in the homes, but generally the black families...

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