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This essay is based on a comparative approach to two novels selected from Toni Morrison and Montserrat Roig's literary careers, Sula (1973) and L'hora violeta (1980) [The Violet Hour], respectively. I consider this parallel analysis to be both important and suggestive due to much evidence of common interests and themes in their work, despite the racial, cultural and historical differences between the societies where Roig (a Catalan writer born under the Francoist regime, after the Spanish Civildoi:10.18573/newreadings.49 fatcat:cvcy7yrpybbjzoqzurjidn7pri