The novel The Bluest Eye deals with the colour problem in America. Discuss.
themselves, they recall her words asserting her cuteness and say: “If she was cute-and if anything could be believed, she was-then we were not. And what did that mean? We were lesser. Nicer, brighter, but still lesser” (BE). The important thing is that Claudia and Frieda as children are able to ask these questions that challenge the irrationality of the colour mystique that equates white complexion with virtue and intelligence.
The presence of white characters in The Bluest Eye is minimal but the white standards of beauty which Pecola aspires to achieve are ubiquitous. Because of the impossibility of attaining those standards, Pecola’s quest for blue eyes is foredoomed to failure and she becomes mad. The novel raises some hope by making the main narrator Claudia a dissenter to begin with who questions the basis of the magical appeal of white beauty but in the end she too compromises.
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