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Summary: The Bluest Eyes, by Toni Morrison was an uplifting and wonderful tale of a young African American girl growing up during 1939, who experiences the pain of beauty and acceptance of others. The Bluest Eyes, by Toni Morrison gives deeper meaning to the title. It shows the growth of a young woman, as her fears and desires become exposed.
The Bluest Eyes, by Toni Morrison was an uplifting and wonderful tale of a young African American girl growing up during 1939, who experiences the pain of beauty and acceptance of others. The story tells of the hardships and abuse she endures through out the years. It overwhelms your emotions and leaves you in suspense for the next page.

The main characters in The Bluest Eyes are Pecola Breedlove, Claudia MacTeer, and Cholly Breedlove. Pecola Breedlove's story is being told by, her younger friend, Claudia. Claudia interprets Pecola's story based on her family and childhood up brings. Pecola, in the first part of the story, lives in a fantasy type of world where love and beauty are the most important factors of life. She grows up wanting blue eyes, so that she can look like "Shirley Temple." Racism was still going around while Pecola was growing up, many white...

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