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The Bluest Hands: A Social and Economic History of Women Dyers in Abeokuta (Nigeria), 1890-1940 (Social ...
Judith A. Byfield
By the second decade of the twentieth century in Abeokuta, a Yoruba town in southwestern Nigeria, most dyers were producing adire cloth, which featured a variety of patterns created by resist dyeing with indigo onto a primarily European manufactured cloth. The author highlights the dynamic way in which these women engaged with the colonial economy, taking full advantage of its infrastructure and credit, as well as the new technologies and the ...
The Bluest Eyes in Texas and Wife in Name Only
JOAN JOHNSTON The Bluest Eyes in Texas When pretty debutante Lindsey Major came under the protection of tough Texas Ranger Burr Covington, she discovered her greatest challenge yet. Because Burr was determined not to succumb to her charms -- despite the desire she saw simmering in his eyes . . . Plus a complete novel from reader favorite. CAROLYN ZANE Wife in Name Only Judith Anderson was determined to make a go of her family ...
Spark Notes The Bluest Eye
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The Bluest Blood (Amanda Pepper Mysteries)
Witty and funny and fast-paced!
This book was a delight. The writer can really write--I loved the phrases and language--as well as keep up the pace of a good strong plot. Also the author knows how to set a scene! I'm going to backtrack and read the rest in the series.
The Bluest Eye (Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations)
Chelsea House Publications
"The Bluest Eye" is one of Toni Morrison's most powerful novels. The Nobel Laureate's debut is the story of Pecola Breedlove, a young black girl who prays for her eyes to turn blue so that she will be as beautiful as all the blond, blue-eyed children in America. This book presents an impressive collection of updated critical essays and an insightful introduction by editor Harold Bloom that will enrich students' insight into this heartbreaking ...
The Bluest Eye
The Bluest Eye and Sula (Cliffs Notes)
Louisa S. Nye
I read Sula and I needed a little help with the symbolism used in the book and Cliff Notes have always been an excellent guide. The chapter's in "Sula" were seperated by years, and for each year there is a summary, commentary, and glossary for definitions of words and phrases. Also included is an introduction, character analyses, question, and essays for each book. I haven't read "The Bluest ...
The Bluest Eye (Vintage International)
Novel arrived just as described by seller and prior to expected arrival date. Very happy with transaction.
The Bluest Eye
Plume / Penguin Books
Time honored classis
This is a classic written in Morrison's wonderful style which brings the reader into the heart of the characters. This particular edition is the paperback version that you will see most teenagers carrying around.
Texas Brides: The Rancher & The Runaway Bride\The Bluest Eyes In Texas
delightful western romance
Twenty-three years old Tate Whitelaw is tired of the over-protection of her three older brothers, who make it impossible for her to have any fun. Deciding she needs to escape, she leaves Hawk's Way only to land in the arms of another alpha male, Adam Philips, who lost his beloved when she fell in love and married Tate's brother Jesse (see HONEY AND THE HIRED HAND). Tate likes having Adam overly ...
The Story Behind Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye (History in Literature)
How does this novel explore themes of race and identity? What is the "color line"? How does Toni Morrison continue traditions of African-American storytelling? Discover how African-American culture has become a powerful voice in modern society.
The Bluest Eye, A Novel (MAXNotes Literature Guides)
Research & Education Association
How it is.
I love this book. The book explains the truth about how many little girls feel about their looks and about themselves, in general. This book can make you laugh and cry. This book can also, make you very confused, but at the end there is no confusing the books point about life and how a few people can ruin someone's life by selfishness or lack of compassion. I had to give it a five.
The Bluest Eye ~ Beloved ~ Jazz (Three-in-0ne)
Quality Paperback Book Club
Three-in-One collection of Toni Morrison's best-selling novels.
The Bluest Eyes In Texas
Yellow Rose Books
First Book Success!
Linda Crist did an excellent job with her first book. You won't be disappointed in The Bluest Eyes in Texas. There is action, drama, love, lust, friendship, witty humor, and blackmail. Who could ask for more out of a first time author? The characters were very well developed and real. Kennedy and Carson are made for each other and are very endearing. I liked them both. The story could actually ...
Black Looks & Black Acts: The Language of Toni Morrison in the Bluest Eye and Beloved
Peter Lang Publishing
How does Toni Morrison use language to represent race? Answering this question through literary criticism and linguistic research, this book shows how Morrison?s language reflects the souls of black folk in The Bluest Eye and Beloved . The book focuses on the way in which Morrison forces language to reveal what cannot be spoken by a "black" grammar. To achieve the breaking of this silence, Morrison uses rhetoric, voice, and narrative ...
The Bluest State: How Democrats Created the Massachusetts Blueprint for American Political Disaster
St. Martin's Griffin
Important for those in the other 49 states to read
Be forewarned, a far-left website (BlueMassGroup)has suggested that their bloggers go to Amazon and trash this book WITHOUT HAVING READ IT. This pretty much validates what Keller has written, that MA leftists often can't seem to take the same criticism they dish out. For MA residents who actually keep up with news, there's not much new here. However, and this is important, MA politicians seem to ...
THE BLUEST EYES
Washington Square Press
Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye (Bloom's Guides)
Blooms Literary Criticism
"The Bluest Eye" is one of Toni Morrison's most powerful novels. The Nobel laureate's debut is the story of Pecola Breedlove, a young black girl who prays for her eyes to turn blue so that she can resemble the children who live in a world that is barred to her. This guide to "The Bluest Eye" features excerpts of critical essays, an annotated bibliography, an index, and an introduction from esteemed professor Harold Bloom.
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