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Final Book Report III Toni Morrisons The Bluest Eye Alice Walkers The Color Purple and Richard Wrights autobiography Black Boy all represent prejudicy The preceding novels show the characters were typical victims not understading the division of power amongst races The Bluest Eye a heart breaking story of a little back girl living in Lorain Ohio during the 1930s manifest the longing of Pecola Breedloves obsession for love In order to achieve love she would have to deny herself of her true identity and surrender to what is thought to be beautiful and superior little white girls gifted with blond hair and blue eyes The novel procalaims the nations love for little white girls Sadly Pecola wishes every night to abolish her ugliness her blackness If she could only become beautiful she would be loved rather then become the subject of hatred ranging fom people like her mother tro her teachers to her classmates Recounting the story of a black girls hardships in the world of prejudice Alice Walkers The Color Purple presents a moving story of love ill-treatment and growth Celie the main character advances toward inner growth changing from a abused and submissive wife to an independent and confident black women The story is written in Celies journal addressed to God This is because the only person she thinks she can trust is God I with her secrets From Celies journal the reader finds out about other characters in the novel such as Alfonso Mr Shug Nettie and Harpo The theme of the novel is straightforward and simple Like many of the other novels devoted to the mistreatment of blacks and black women especially Much of the novel reflect points in the authors life The novel is derived from Alice Walkers own
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