The Bluest Eye Book Report

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The Bluest Eye Experience Not too long ago, my friend and I agreed that a student was beautiful. Her skin was caramel in the light, her face shape was an oval, her style was subtle urban and her eyes were the perfect size. She was indeed beautiful. But why was her beauty more irrespirable than her friends, who was walking right beside her? Many are subjected to the specifications of social beauty. Pecula, the main character of The Bluest Eye, destroyed white baby dolls. The tortures act of dismantling and configuring the baby doll acted as a combination to unlock the beauty within the doll. Soon she finds nothing but a metal sphere. Here I understood the metal sphere to be power. Within the doll was nothing integral, but an innate physically
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