The Bluest Eye

I have a question relating to the book, the bluest eye, by toni morrison. Why might Morrison have chosen to present the events in a non-chronological way?

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after reading the book i guess toni morrison wanted to create a certain atmosphere and make the reader think about what actually happened

By telling a story out of order, the reader is forced to pay closer attention, in order to understand what is happening. This also gives the reader the opportunity to interpret the story in their own way.