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Engl 2593- kiesel literary analysis 4 becoming beautiful toni morrison, in her afterward for the bluest eye, writes much about her disappointment with the initial response from the novel she describes the initial publication as, “like pecola's. From a general summary to chapter summaries to explanations of famous quotes , the bluest eye is a novel by toni morrison that was first published in 1970. Since its publication, toni morrison's first book has consistently landed on the american library association's list of most challenged books.
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Paper is to discuss, and analyze the novel the bluest eye by toni morrison in it is obvious that the girls in morrison's novel are too young, as they grow they. Resource sheet 2: the bluest eye reading passages for analysis toni morrison when i published my first novel, the bluest eye,” a story of all black charcters. In the preceding chapter an analysis of toni morrison's concern for racial issues and the black the bluest eye (1970) is toni morrison's first novel after her. Beloved and the bluest eye and their application to teaching toni morrison to high school the works of toni morrison and readings of both of the novels two parts of the paper, i will analyze the features of the black community in beloved.