Bluest Eye Thesis

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Set in segregated America, The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison covers topics that most people are not proud of. It takes the reader back to an era of filled with discrimination and hatred towards people of color, even within their own communities. Morrison chooses to have multiple narrators, which allows the reader to delve into what life is like for these characters. Through the different narrations, the reader is faced with difficult truths that people would rather not think about: during this time there is an immense amount of hatred for people of color, even within the community itself and it negatively affects both individuals and family units. As well as this, there is the theme that every person pushes their own problems onto those who are

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