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Surname: 1 Student’s Name: Professor’s Name: Course: DD MM YYYY The Bluest Eye As revealed in the videos, Toni Morrison provides a revelation on the centrality of Blackness as provided in her novels. The video establishes the views of Toni Morrison and how she refuted throughout their authorship to ascent to the white privileges in all her literary works. Morrison therefore unravels her reaction following the aftermaths of her actions after an interview with Bill Moyers who interrogated her and typified when she would author matters related to the white people. Morrison alleges that she refused to accept to this idea, holding to the fact that writing about the Black people remains an aspect viewed as not real writing while the black writers are required to engage with the white world and characters in an effort to make writing legitimate. The views of Morrison in this case are similar to those of Adichie’s given the fact that the two authors make attempts to unravel the lack of proper values in writing revealing the differences
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Unformatted text preview: between the two races-blacks and the whites. Adichie who discloses differences between the two races. According to Adichie her characters were drank with so much of ginger bread since the characters epitome in the British literatures only drank ginger beer, revealing the vulnerability of story tellers. In Cholly’s story, it is essential to note that the protagonists are mainly divided by how they are portrayed as fictional towns of the blacks, thus revealing how they suffer from subjugation and alienation. In great depth, Cholly’s underlying message is hedged on the need to Surname: 2 illustrate the travails and the reality of life through a set of tragedies and rhythms. The protagonist in this story is that of a black man living in a white world establishing how they lack the possessions within this world that mainly celebrates material wealth....
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