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Beauty is something that a lot of people in life strive for because everyone has fitted in their mind what exactly beauty is People know that it can help you out in life But what most people dont know is that beauty is in the eye of the beholder Meaning that beauty should not be characterized by what people are told it is beauty is different for everyone what is beautiful for you may be ugly to someone else The characters in Toni Morrisons The Bluest Eye are confronted with the ideal of beauty and strive for it whether they know it or not The two characters that I think were followed the ideal of beauty in Toni Morisons story are Pauline and PecolaIn Toni Morrisons story and in real life beauty is described by people as having blond hair blue eyes perfect figure etc Its been said that if you have good looks you can make it in life with just looks alone People only strive for becoming beautiful because they want attention As is the case in Toni Morrisons story The characters in her story think that they are ugly by others opinions of them and want to become beautiful so they will be recognized and be the center of attention But the harder both characters try the worse things getPauline strived for beauty because she wanted to attention and wanted to be beautiful Pauline seemed to have just worse case of bad luck when she was a child she stepped on a nail and she was left with a limp forever The wound left her with a crooked archless foot that flopped when she walked 110 She tried to put that behind her but she lost three middle teeth not all the same time but slowly It wasnt because her teeth were rotten the tooth just fell out I was sitting back in my seat and I taken a big bite
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