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Bluest Eye 3 04/12/2008 11:46:00 Imitation of life Double consciousness Sense of self is detoured. They prefer something that is not like themselves. Children that grow up being isolate cannot be humanized Always looking at one’s self through the eyes of another. Women see themselves as how men see them, how someone else see them  interiorize vs. internalization interior- Descartes- I am a thinking thing. As long as that exists I am alive Austen- What is going on in the characters mind but never loses sight of the  social world Morrision- pecola- when that inner being fractures. She has internalized a  specific value of beauty that she cannot make  Interiorize- mode of learning who you are from your social situation. When it is  imposed it is not healthy. Imposed values of someone else’s culture and thoughts  satiric force white school materials that the children are reading
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