Towards the Girl-child syndrome on Toni Morrison’s Bluest Eye


Taking the existing criticism as a starting point, The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison  explores how Pecola, the black  protagonist, becomes a representati”e of whole world’s marginal, neglected childhood and resultant devastation of individual talents.She suffers throughout her life negligence of parents, deprivation of love in the past, and madness in present and future. In her case not only the society but also her parents are the major problem subject to  blamed.Her mother rejects her as ugly and her father rapes her hence Pecola and her mental unhingeness are symbolic of how many a youth talent gets sacrificed because of blind adoration and adaptation of popular culture..

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