Bluest eye dick and jane
The Bluest Eye is filled with passages of Dick and Jane, a book that represents the perfect, white family from the suburbs. The educational guide works with an utopian picture of the family; always happy, everything how it is supposed to be. Jane is depicted as the prototype of the middle-class daughter. She gets along with her brother, has loving parents who take good care of her and is a natural beauty.
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The Bluest Eye
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"Dick-and-Jane Primer" in Toni Morrison's "The Bluest Eye" as an Aesthetic Device
The sentences describe a house and the family that lives in the house—Mother, Father, Dick, and Jane. The brief narrative focuses on Jane. The pet cat will not play with Jane, and when Jane asks her mother to play, she laughs.
The Primer 2. The focus of this paper is the narrative mechanism of employing a paragraph of "Dick and Jane" Reader which was popular in children schools in s in the American United States. It educates children how to read and they hear it from the very beginning of their lives. Through such an educational system, the white dominant culture exerts its authority in oppressing black people.
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