Aug 07, 2017

The Bluest Eye

This paper concentrates on the primary theme of The Bluest Eye in which you have to explain and evaluate its intricate aspects in detail. In addition to this, this paper has been reviewed and purchased by most of the students hence; it has been rated 4.8 points on the scale of 5 points. Besides, the price of this paper starts from £ 40. For more details and full access to the paper, please refer to the site.

The Bluest Eye

INSTRUCTIONS:
THE GOAL OF THIS PROJECT IS TO EXAMINE THE BLUEST EYE IN THE CONTEXT OF HOW RACE, CLASS AND GENDER INERSECT AS SYSTEMS OF DOMINATION AND SUBJUGATION OF GIRLS ANS WOMEN
CONTENT:
THE BLUEST EYECourse title:Instructor:Institution:Date Due: THE BLUEST EYEThe Bluest Eye is a novel published in 1971 by Toni Morrison. She published this novel while working at Howard College as a teacher. At this time, she was a single mother of two. The theme of the novel ranges from incest, prostitution, violence, and racism and child molestation. The novel talks about a black young girl named Pecola, who finds herself alienated from the society because of her eye and skin colour. The writer employs the first person that is Claudia MacTeer and third person perspective in presenting the experiences of this girl. According to the author, the motivation to write the novel developed as a result of a moving childhood conversation, which she could not forget. The conversation was about Claudia MacTeer who wanted her eyes exchanged with blue ones. This irritated Morrison a lot and by the instigation of the various black revolution movements in America during the 1960s, she decided to write the story, “the bluest eye” to depict on how racism had impacted upon the lives of black girls and women (Morrison, 1970). Among the major themes in this novel by Morrison is the racial subjugation of black women. The characters, who are mainly black, are doing and using archaic tactics to achieve the goal of fitting into the western society, otherwise if they held to their African culture, they would be delineated by the society. Claudia Macteer, a character in the novel narrates her encounter with Pecola Breedlove and her childhood experience at the hands of a white father. She recollects on her abuse and also her perception of the society`s view on the black race. She brings to light her reflection on how the prevalent western culture influenced her life through music, blues and literature. Morriso...


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