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Confusing friendships and twisted love triangles is one of the themes in the book Sula by Toni Morrison Sula and Nel had a very complex relationship but in the end they both realized how precious friendship was to them and they overcame their differences Ever since the beginning of their friendship I felt Nel and Sula were dependent on each other Sula seemed to try to impress Nel who was stronger and did not need Sula to stand up for her as often Sula would do such things as cut the tip of her finger off to prove her friendship to Nel which just made Nel feel uncomfortable While Nel always valued the friendship that her and Sula had she did not have to go out of her way to prove it in ways that Sula did early on in their relationship When Nel got married to Jude I believe that it hurt Sula deeply because someone came in the way of the friendship Sula thought that Jude took her place for companionship so she left Medallion for ten years trying to find companionship in the arms of unloving men Sula never learned how to properly love or show affection to other people Her grandmother Hannah showed love in odd ways and I do not believe that she ever truly loved her children I think that Eva did care deeply for her children and grandchildren but they were a reminder of her bad marriage to BoyBoy Hannah married a man named Rekus who died when Sula was just three years old Again this left her with the burden of raising a child alone Hannah openly said that she did love Sula but did not like her When a young child hears this from their mother it must have a great effect on them Sula seemed quite upset at this comment because all she was ever looking for was love and acceptance and
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