Significance of the title of The Bluest Eye.
Naturally finding a self-identity is often a sign of maturing and growing up. We find it as the main issue in Toni Morrison’s novel The Bluest Eyes. There are several characters in this novel, such as; Pecola Breedlove, Cholly Breedlove, and Pauline Breedlove who search for their identity through others that has influenced them and by the lifestyles those they have. Pecola Breedlove struggles to get accepted into society due to the beauty factor that the norm has. Her father is a drunk; he raped Pecola and Pauline physically.
Pacola is a little black girl who has a hard time finding herself. She is brought up as a poor unwanted girl; she desires the approval and love of society. The world has led her to believe that