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The Bluest Eye and Its Narration

Rajni Bala,

Guest Faculty in Shyam Lal College (Evening) University of Delhi

 

 

 

Abstract – Nobel prize winner ,  Toni Morrison’s The Bluest  Eye stands apart as a milestone in African American Literature . Toni Morrinson ‘s mission is to project  to highlight the problems  of the inherent in African American Social Structure . Morrison has distinct style and uses the distinct technique  to portray the problems and maladies of African- American  life , especially in the life of the women. The Bluest eyes  is a novel by Toni Morrison is called as an unambiguous work of literature. The noel is the picture of the circumstances of the slave  mother and black girls and it also describes the religious and spiritual viewpoints  of the afro American at that time .So she is the proflic writer of the African American community  has successfully build  a new approach for the literature of the Marginalized community . It is not mere documentation of the oppression of the black community but a well-structured, aesthetically  appealing frame that explores the new arenas of black literature. In this Paper we analyze The Bluest Eye and its narration that is used by Toni Morrison in a very distinct way in her novel. The novelist makes use of several devices to make her narrative effective- an epigram from a white, extensively-used primer to suggest the enveloping presence of white civilization standards under which the blacks live: the choice of a very young black, Claudia, who has been a schoolmate of Pecola, as the main narrator and an omniscient third person narrator to complement Claudia ‘s version.

Key words: epilogue , narrator, omniscient narrator, buildings roman, other voice , writer’s view

journal of english

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