2 edition of A critic"s eye found in the catalog.
A critic"s eye
Reproductions of the creative photographs of an Indian photographer.
|Contributions||Sepia International Inc. and the Alkazi Collection of Photography.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||103 p. :|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||2009311913|
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Toni Morrison's "The Bluest Eye" is an inquiry into the reasons why beauty gets wasted in this country. The beauty in this case is black; the wasting is done by a cultural engine that seems to have been designed specifically to murder possibilities; the "bluest eye" refers to the blue eyes of the blond American myth, by which standard the black-skinned and brown-eyed always.
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The book is sometimes seen as containing autobiographical elements. For example, like Risley, Atwood is the daughter of an Author: Margaret Atwood.
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This soil, concludes the young narrator of this quiet chronicle of garrotted innocence, is bad for all kinds of flowers. Certain seeds it will not nurture, certain fruit it will not bear. And among the exclusions of white rural Ohio, echoed by black respectability, is ugly, black, loveless, twelve-year-old Pecola.
But in a world where blue-eyed gifts are clucked over and admired, and the. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Grosser, Maurice, Critic's eye. Indianapolis, Bobbs-Merrill  (OCoLC) Document Type. Cat's Eye is a novel by Canadian writer Margaret Atwood about controversial painter Elaine Risley, who vividly reflects on her childhood and teenage years.