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The Bluest Eye Chapter Summary & Analysis - Here Is The House... Summary

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HereIsTheHouse... Summary

Pecola's family had lived in an apartment inside an abandoned building in Lorain, Ohio. It had housed many things before them; a pizza parlor, a bakery, and a gypsy store. But some realtor had installed temporary walls inside the building and it became their home. There were two rooms, a living room and a bedroom. The kitchen was a separate room at the back of the building. There was no bathroom in their apartment, there was just a toilet. The bedroom had three beds; Sammy's, Pecola's and Mr. and Mrs. Breedlove's. Their furnishings were old at best as they had all been tossed away by someone else at some other time. Pecola had no fond memories of the place. There was no life left in anything in the apartment except for the old coal stove which stood in the middle of the apartment.

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