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Additional Resources for The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison

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Carolyn C Denard, "Tom Morrison,"' in Modern American Women Writers, edited by Elaine Showalter, Lea Baechler, and A Walton Litz, Macmillan, 1993, pp. 209-27.

Denard's essay contains thorough treatment of each of Morrison's novels as well as biographical information.

Anne Koenen, "The One Out of Sequence,"' in History and Tradition in Afro-American Culture, edited by Gunter H. Lenz, Campus Verlag, 1984, pp 207-21.

In her interview with Koenen, Morrison comments on motherhood, romantic love, her frustration at having to explain the black life she writes about for the benefit of whites, and the Black liberation movement of the 60s

Jane Kuenz, "The Bluest Eye: Notes on History, Community, and Black Female Subjectivity," African American Re view, Vol. 27, no. 3, fall, 1993, pp. 421-32.

Study of the ways in which participation in mainstream culture can cause "an abdication of self' by members of minorities.

Wilfred D. Samuels and Clenora Hudson...

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