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“Among those writers was a young African-American woman in Lorain, Ohio, who would publish "The Bluest Eye" in 1970 and win the Nobel 44 years after he did.”
“Her first novel, The Bluest Eye, was published in 1970 and told the story of a young African-American girl who believes her incredibly difficult life would be better if only she had blue eyes.”
“I turned the pages of my old-fashioned book (The Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison), and the Kindler read his book of indeterminate origin (with the Kindle, gone are the pleasures of furtive glances at other people's book covers).”
“The book that Sarah Palin supposedly authored can in no way be compared to “Beloved” or “The Bluest Eye” in terms of intent, in terms of impact, or in terms of influence.”
“I would go farther than this … even if Coakley won by 10 points, the fact that Brown “came out of nowhere in the Bluest of Blue States” would be all the excuse Evan Byah needs to do nothing.”
“Mr. Keller is political analyst for Boston's WBZ-TV and author of "The Bluest State" (St. Martins Press 2007).”
“More specifically, look to her seminal 1970 work, The Bluest Eye and its tragic heroine, Pecola Breedlove:”
“Countless books, such as "Autobiography of Malcolm X" and Toni Morrison's "The Bluest Eye," were written by African-American authors about the difficulties of maintaining a black identity in the midst of white culture.”
“Some of her other works, including "Jazz," "Song of Solomon" and "The Bluest Eye" have also won her worldwide acclaim and have been translated into scores of languages.”
“In fact The Bluest Eye changed my life in many ways.”
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