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Martha Bayles, "Special Effects, Special Pleading," in The New Criterion, Vol 6, No 2, January, 1988, pp. 34-40.

Susan L. Blake, "Torn Morrison," in Dictionary of Literary Biography: Afro-American Fiction Writers After 1955, edited by Thadious M. David and Trudier Hams, Vol. 33, Gale, 1984, pp 187-99.

Patrice Cormier-Hamilton, "Black Naturalism and Tom Morrison. The Journey Away from Self-Love in The Bluest Eye," MELUS, Vol. 19, winter, 1994, pp. 109-28

Ruby Dee, "Black Family Search for Identity," in Freedomways, Vol XI, 1971, pp. 319-20.

Ken Donelson, "'Filth' and 'Pure Filth' in Our Schools-Censorship of Classroom Books in the Last Ten Years," in English Journal, Vol 6, No.2, February, 1997, pp 21-25

Haskel Frankel, "Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye," in New York Times Book Review, November 1, 1970, p.46.

LIZ Gant, "The Bluest Eye," in Black World, Vol. 20, May, 1971, pp. 51-2

Denise Heinze, The Dilemma of "Double-Consciousness'" Torn Morrison's Novels, University of Georgia Press, 1993

Carol Iannone, "Tom Morrison's Career,"_ in Commentary, Vol 84, No...

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