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Analysis of Excerpt from Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye

be that" (Bloom 17). The Bluest Eye fulfills this need, as it describes life from Pecola perspective, which includes how Pecola, a...

An Analysis of The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

This 5 page paper discusses the way in which Toni Morrison handles the issue of racism as the definition of belonging, beauty and ...

Analysis of The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

in full from the silver screen" (Morrison 97). Consequently, Pauline Breedlove becomes more and more wrapped up in her life as the...

Comparative Analysis of Voltaire's Candide, Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein

In five pages this paper examines how society changed from individual acceptance to individual oppression in a comparative analysi...

Walter Moseley, Toni Morrison, and Social Commentary

In five pages the social commentary featured in Walter Moseley's White Butterfly and Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye are contrasted...

Black Literature and Its Portrayals of Sexual Molestation, Domestic Violence

This research paper/essay pertains to the subject of sexual molestation and domestic violence in black literature. The writer disc...

The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison and Pecola

life of the white people in society. Morrison often uses excerpts, that gradually become very distorted and run together in lines,...

Community-Familial Themes in Works by Morrison, Sapphire, Kincaid and D'aguair

This 3 page paper discusses the way in which four authors treat the issues of language, rape, education and incest at the family l...

Beloved and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

This 6 page paper compares and contrasts the themes and characters in two of Toni Morrison's novels, Beloved and The Bluest Eye. T...

Three Novels by Toni Morrison and Northern Characters' Ties to the South

In six pages this paper examines the ties to the South northern based characters have in The Bluest Eye, Jazz, and Beloved by Toni...

The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

mass culture for anyone who is not included in it and for African-Americans especially, usually requires a leaving of ones own sel...

Society's Standards of Beauty in The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

This 5 page paper analyzes The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison and the way in which she observes the standards of beauty society sets,...

Violence and Socialization in The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

shod. Geraldine did not talk to him, coo to him, or indulge him in kissing bouts, but she saw that every other desire was fulfill...

The Works of Toni Morrison

This 7 page paper discusses the life and works of Toni Morrison, concentrating on Jazz, Sula and The Bluest Eye. There are 7 sourc...

Fiction Comparison of Toni Morrison and Ishmael Reed

In five pages The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison is compared with Mumbo Jumbo by Ishmael Reed in terms their very different tragic an...

Sula and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

This 10 page paper analyzes the Toni Morrison story Sula and then discusses it with reference to her novel The Bluest Eye. There a...

Twentieth Century Literature and What an 'American' Represents

This paper contrasts and compares different images of being an American in eight pages as represented in Toni Morrison's The Blues...

Four Novels and the American Dream

girl who is rejected by nearly everyone. In fact, so too is her family as the lot of them is cursed with ugliness and rejection. ...

Two Authors View Coming of Age

all her transitions into adulthood. She feels she is special, because of her religion, and is, in many ways, without a strong p...

A Comparison of The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison and The Yellow Raft in Blue Water by Michael Dorris

world with it" (Morrison PG). Morrison shows how overcoming stereotypical racial images is not an easy accomplishment in Pecolas...

Willa Cather, Toni Morrison, William Shakespeare and Truth Searching

relationship to his own sense of honor and integrity. In the beginning he had no doubts about getting his stepfather alone and kil...

Theme of Sexuality in Works by Sophocles, William Shakespeare, and Toni Morrison

to convey the importance of unquestioning obedience to the will of the gods; and, secondly, to emphasize the importance of familia...

True Life Stories, Literature, and Issues of Gender, Sex, and Race

end, giving us a young woman who was never able to come to terms with her race, her sexuality, or her gender. She is the character...

Race, Culture, and Social Perspective in The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

"blackness" and the sense that the darker a person is, the less worthy they are of gaining social acceptance. In fact, Pecola is ...

Racism in The Bluest Eye

read. Morrison presents these excerpts, and the distorted excerpts, to illustrate a nation that has long held racism out for all t...

Issues in Morrison's The Bluest Eye

that is, as more closely comply with white standards of beauty are regarded with more favor by both whites and blacks, such as the...

The Bluest Eye and Abuse

the abuse of a child, however the reader may not like that. This same critic indicates how it was "Her scratching the back of her...

Pecola Breedlove and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

is affirmed in Pecolas mind when Maureen comes to her aid to protect against the boys who are teasing her and they immediately sto...

Blues, Growth, and Cultural Wisdom in Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye

a reference to "St. Louis Blues" by W.C. Handy which is one of the very first, and most popular, of blues songs (Morrison 25). F...

New Deal in Framing America by Frances K. Pohl and The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

African Americans, the Latin Americans and the Native Americans) away into the foreground the white man, so to speak, could feel t...