Exploring Toni Morrison`s 'The Bluest Eye'
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...Bluest Eye Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye creates practical and thematic components that continue to be integral in her subsequent works. The story vividly examines a black neighborhood in the 1940s, and illustrates that the episodes there stem from broader social forces of poverty and racial discrimination. This paper explores the novel’s major scenes, title, characters, themes, prologue and afterword, symbolism, and conflict. The title The Bluest Eye has a vibrant meaning to the novel. The Black girl, Pecola Breedlove, does not like her physical look and, hence, desired to be beautiful. Beauty for Pecola is fair-skinned and blue eyes. This makes her dissatisfied... Exploring Toni Morrison’s The Bluest ...