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📒The Bluest Eye Multiple Critical Perspective ✍ Toni Morrison
✏The Bluest Eye Multiple Critical Perspective Book Summary : Probe the depth and richness of your favorite titles and usher your students into an understanding of what really made us want to teach literature in the first place. Each guide offers clear and concise explanations of three different critical perspectives.
📒The Bluest Eye Toni Morrison ✍ Harold Bloom
✏The Bluest Eye Toni Morrison Book Summary : A child's descent into madness was explored in Eye.
📒Toni Morrison ✍ Toni Morrison
✏Toni Morrison Book Summary : Reviews, essays, and interviews offer critical interpretations of the works of Toni Morrison
✏Confronting Visuality in Multi Ethnic Women s Writing Book Summary : Considering new perspectives on writers such as Toni Morrison, Margaret Atwood, and Louise Erdrich, Confronting Visuality in Multi-ethnic Women's Writing traces a cross-cultural tradition in which contemporary female writers situate images of women within larger contexts of visuality.
📒Critical Perspectives On Cameroon Writing ✍ Hansel Ndumbe Eyoh
✏Critical Perspectives on Cameroon Writing Book Summary : This landmark volume brings together a very rich harvest of forty critical essays on Cameroon literature by Cameroon literary scholars. The book is the result of the Second Conference on Cameroon Literature which took place at the University of Buea in 1994. The Buea conference was motivated by a determination to look at Cameroon literature straight into its face and criticize it using literary criteria of the strictest kind. Gone were the times when the criticism was complacent because it was believed that a nascent literature could easily be stifled by application of rather strict cannons of literary criticism. Both writers and critics had a lot to say. Subjects dealt with ranged from general topics on literature, survival and national identity, through specialized articles on prose, poetry, drama, translation, language, folklore, children's literature, Journalism and politics. It is the hope of the volume editors that the publication of these papers will instigate the kind of actions that were recommended and that the prolific nature of Cameroon literature will equally give rise to a prolific and robust criticism.
📒The Toni Morrison Encyclopedia ✍ Elizabeth Ann Beaulieu
✏The Toni Morrison Encyclopedia Book Summary : Alphabetically arranged entries discuss the Nobel Prize-winning author's works, themes, and major characters, as well as providing an overview of her life and achievements.
📒The Cambridge Introduction To Toni Morrison ✍ Tessa Roynon
✏The Cambridge Introduction to Toni Morrison Book Summary : Lively and accessibly written, this Introduction offers readers a guide to the complex and rewarding literature of Toni Morrison.
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✏Toni Morrisson The Bluest Eye Book Summary : Seminar paper from the year 2003 in the subject American Studies - Literature, grade: 1 (A), Southern Connecticut State University (English Department), language: English, abstract: 'The Bluest Eye' is Toni Morrison’s first novel and was published in 1970. Toni Morrison uses modernist techniques of stream-of-consciousness, multiple perspectives, and deliberate fragmentation. Two different narrators tell the story. The first is Claudia MacTeer, who narrates in a mixture of a child’s and an adult’s perspectives, and the second is an omniscient narrator. Claudia’s and Pecola’s points of view are dominant, but the reader also sees things from other character’s points of view. The subtext of the first part of the novel ('Autumn' and 'Winter') suggests various topics. In my presentation, I mainly focus on the “Dick and Jane narrative” by means of which the novel opens. Furthermore, I will explore the themes “whiteness as the standard of beauty” and “seeing versus being seen” which are sometimes closely connected. 'The Bluest Eye' provides an extended depiction of the ways in which internalized white beauty standards deform the lives of black girls and women. Implicit messages that whiteness is superior are everywhere, including the white baby doll given to Claudia, the idealization of Shirley Temple, the consensus that light-skinned Maureen is cuter than the other black girls, and the idealization of white beauty in the movies. Pecola eventually desires blue eyes in order to conform with these white beauty standards imposed on her. However, by wishing for blue eyes, Pecola indicates that she wishes to see things differently as much as she wishes to be seen differently.
📒Playing In The Dark ✍ Toni Morrison
✏Playing in the Dark Book Summary : Examines the effect of a racially divided society on ninteenth century American writings, and discusses works by Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, and Twain