The Bluest Eye Essay | The Use of Point of View in The Bluest Eye

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The Use of Point of View in The Bluest Eye

Summary: Discusses Toni Morrison's point of view to portray themes and motifs in The bluest Eye.
In Toni Morrison's, The Bluest Eye, the author uses point of view as a technique to emphasize her writing. Different narrators are used throughout the novel in order to show a different aspect of the events which take place. The ultimate goal of this technique is to give the reader an understanding without assigning blame to anyone and "although you may fail to understand why, one can always take refuge in how." Using the technique of point of view Morrison is also able to emphasize the depth of her main character, Pecola. The cyclical nature of what is happening in the novel is also dealt with. Themes involved in this technique are the black community's self-loathing in America at this time as well as their perception of beauty. Toni also deals with dysfunctional families, this is done through the use...

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