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All the collected dated from The Bluest Eye The Handmaids Tale and The Handmaids Tale novels bluntly introduced how the body is used for others entertainment and self-satisfaction The morality in which others should familiarize ones body to the world would be the most common approach In the reading we are shown a different point of view form a diverse perspective We are shown that different characters choose to display their bodies to please others and dishonor self-satisfactionFor example in the Bluest Eye because of Pocolas difficult life she wants to desperately believe that if she had blue eyes she would be loved and her life would become one with morality She stared to despised how her body and rejected who she really was to only amuse others views and standards Its clear that we as people try so hard to stray away from who we really are and how were supposed to look If Pocola had come to find love form her parents than the circumstances wouldve been altered maybe Pocola wouldve become satisfied with her inner and outer self This book demonstrates how complex Pocolas desire really is She doesnt wants blue eyes simply because she wants to conform white beauty criteria but because she wishes to possess a different outcome and view towards life she has come to think by changing her eye color will change reality as well The character tries to show how beauty would inspire others towards becoming more self-centered and considerate of others feelings Now as a viewer I am led to believe that beautiful people are the epitome of what society wants To Pocola the color of ones skin and eyes do impact how others are treated and what one is enforced to witness Pocolas desire has its own moral logic even though it is nave Author Toni Morrison emphasizes that gender and race might play a big part in how
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