...And since my sensibility was highly political *and* passionately aesthetic, it would apologetically inform the work I did. I refused to explain, or even acknowledge the "problem" as anything other than an artistic one. Other questions mattered more. What is friendship between women when unmediated by men? What choices are available to black women outside their own society's approval? What are the risks of individualism in a determinedly individualistic, yet racially uniform and socially static community? --Toni Morrison, in her Foreword to Sula


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