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Audio books are considered to be the fastest-growing segment in the publishing industry, growing 75 percent since 1995 and representing $2 billion in annual sales, according to the Audio Publishers Association (APA).
This early work from Nobel Prize-winning author Toni Morrison displays a literary talent that has become exponentially famous with each succeeding novel. Peopled with colorful characters suffering exploitations and prejudice, this national best-seller alludes to the complexity of being a black woman in the early part of the twentieth century.
Nel and Sula were the best of friends during their childhood together in Medallion, Ohio. They grew up surrounded by such offbeat characters as crazy Shadrack, and one-legged Eva. Nel chose to stay in Medallion to raise a family, but Sula went to the city and returned as a rebellious seductress.
Narrator Lynne Thigpen's unforgettable narration perfectly embodies the themes of death, sex, poverty, and friendship that fill Morrison's haunting prose.
Recorded Books/Griot Audio
Listening Time: 5.5 hours on 4 cassette
Narrated by Lynne Thigpen
Original Retail: $36.00
Ex-Library - In Very Good Condition - The black clamshell in in very good condition. Stickers removed from the case but remain on the actual cassettes. Cassettes appear to be in good, playable condition.