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A Report on The Bluest Eye In The Bluest Eye New York Holt Rinehart and Winston 1970 Toni Morrison tells the story of a young girl who wants the bluest eyes Toni Morrison a teacher editor and writer has written four books The Bluest Eye talks about Pecola Breedlove life through domestic violence family relationships incest and loneliness during the four seasons of the year The novel starts off talking about how the book will end when Pecola is raped by her father The first chapter tells about Pecola father burning down their house Dog Breedlove had burned up his house17 Pecola moves to stay with the MacTeers and she menstruates for the first time Staying with the MacTeers Pecola talks about having the characteristics of Mary Jane and Shirley Temple Pecola then moves back to with her parents to a storefront Staying in the storefront the Breedloves thought that they were ugly Back at home Pecola had to deal with Pauline her mother and Cholly her father fighting Pauline lavishes her love for the white family she works for To kill time Pecola talks to three ladies that live upstairs Being lonely Pecola becomes obsessed with blues She goes to a fortune-teller to ask for blue eyes After killing the dog for the fortune-teller Pecola losses her mind She being spending her time with her imaginary friend Look look here comes a friend The friend will play with Jane193 Pecola spends the rest of her life as a madwoman In todays world there are black people who want to have white characteristics Some black people wish to become white because they think white people are superior The world of advertising billboards and movie stars promote people into changing their characteristics Morrison notes Frieda and she had a loving conversation about how cu-ute Shirley Temple was People in todays world wish for other types of eyes just as Pecola does Today
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