Ms Morrison is one of the most qualified authors to write about and discuss the issues of race and gender and this is sadly and remarkably seen in her first novel, the Bluest Eye. In this book, Ms Morrison attempts to make a statement about the damage that internalized racism can do. She evaluates racial self-loathing; its causes and effects by following the experiences and interactions of several members of the small community of Lorain, Ohio in the early 1940's. She shows us how the prevalent... [continues]
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