The Bluest Eye Essay | Student Essay

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Blue Beauty

Summary: Discusses The Bluest Eyes by Toni Morrison. Considers the influence of what society sees as beautiful on the struggle of a teen who has to deal with self-conscious and racism.
Have you ever seen an attractive person that makes you notice a sudden flaw in your appearance? A person may think that their life is unfair because they do not have what they want. In the novel, The Bluest Eyes by Toni Morrison, the author want readers to realize that every day for most black people living in a white community is a challenge. One unfortunate, naive black young girl named Pecola Breedlove is in her adolescent who is self conscious about her appearance and has an obsession with blue eyes. Surprisingly, Pecola's biological mother also had an interest and influence in the white community. Pecola temporarily lived with another family; and one member of the family named Claudia shares a different view upon the European American society. Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.

The influences of the white society's standards of beauty were widely seen...

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