Ashtar AlAhmad AlAhmad from Orzhiv, Zhytomyrs'ka oblast, Ukraine
I thought this was a very excellent atlas. It was satifying historical naovel and it surprized me in the conclude and which only made me love it even more this is one best records i ever read so far. I finished around 1:00 am this morning
Sula has to be the best compendium I have read so far. The figurative language and the structure is awesome. As I was reading Sula I enjoyed it very much from the accords with fathers and the roles of woman to moms and offsprings that are very free with there sexual freedom with fathers. Also the tricks of expel that correlate with passing over are very prudent and interesting things to acknowledge. Toni Morrison use of word discrimination is amazing and as I was reading Sula I truly enjoyed every line and when Sula passed I felt bad. However What I did learned is the value of understanding and how it takes one wrong blow to destroy a good understanding.
"The smallest one was Madeline." I was very intrigued with Madeline when I was a daughter. The whole young ladies school thing (or is it an institute?) is intriguing. I loved reading this to my juveniles.
A girl named Charlotte is the only sister wanderer aboard a shift helm by rough boaters and the dashing but dangerous Captain Jaggery. Charlotte must decide where her loyalties lie--is it safer to remain under the wardship of the captain, or to join the grades and become a sailor?