Study Guide To The Bluest Eye By Toni Morrison (Volume 56)
Publish Date: 2017-06-04
Author: Ray Moore M.A.
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Ray Moores Study Guides aim to provide readers with insights into important texts. The Bluest Eye, Toni Morrisons first novel, explores the black experience in a world whose culture is dominated by white values. The result is a poignant tragedy about the destruction of innocence. Includes: - An introduction; - A detailed discussion of characters, genre, setting, narrative voice, themes, and symbols; - A chapter-by-chapter commentary and guiding questions that suggest topics for further discussion and thought; - Two graphic organizers that allow the reader to make concise notes; - A glossary of relevant literary terms; - A literary terms activity; - An annotated bibliography; - Suggestions for group discussion and post-reading activities. Morrison won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1993. The Bluest Eye is the perfect introduction to her writing.