In 100 to 150 word please answer these question supported from Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye
#1 The Bluest Eye – “Autumn”
The novel begins with an excerpt from an old Dick and Jane reader. What is the significance of beginning the novel this way, and why does Morrison run the text together as it is repeated?
#2 The Bluest Eye – “Winter”
The narrator describes Maureen Peal as “a high-yellow dream child with long brown hair braided into two lynch ropes that hung down her back” (62). What is the significance of the narrator’s use of the term “lynch ropes” to describe Maureen’s hair?
#3The Bluest Eye – “Spring”
In this section of the novel, we learn about the incest between Pecola and her father from Cholly’s point of view. Why do you think Morrison decided to reveal the story this way? What effect does it have on you?
#4 The Bluest Eye – “Summer”
What is the significance of Morrison’s use of seasons to divide the novel?