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The Bluest Eye
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The Bluest Eye

Hello, I'm looking to get some opinions on some questions I have about the novel by Toni Morrison, The Bluest Eye.
1. Why does Mr. Henry permanently leave the MacTeer household?
2. Explain why Claudia hates Shirley Temple.
3. Briefly describe the meeting between Cholly and his father.
4. Who is Poland?
5. In order to get blue eyes, Pecola follows Soaphead Church’s instructions to make “an offering.” Briefly describe this offering.
6. What happens to Pauline after she gets her hair done like Jean Harlow?
7. Describe Pecola’s opinion of dandelions.
8. A character named Geraldine has a brief encounter with Pecola. Briefly describe this scene.
9. How does Pauline get her nickname “Polly”?
10. Briefly describe the main differences between Maureen Peale and Claudia.
01-20-2017 06:39 AM
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RE: The Bluest Eye

holy freaking crap! I hate shit like this.

did you read the story?

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01-24-2017 08:29 PM
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The Bluest Eye

Is this just your homework?

well would you look at the time its time to gay
01-25-2017 10:06 AM
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