Liberal Feminism in "The Bluest Eye"
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This paper will examine the novel "The Bluest Eye" by Toni Morrison, using a liberal feminist framework. An attempt will be made to draw parallels with the issues primarily highlighted by this genre of feminism. The essay will explore how liberal feminism has failed to account for allied problems faced by women belonging to minorities and how it has come to be associated with the white-middle class mentality. By looking at various episodes in this renowned volume, it will become clear how, in certain respects, liberal feminism ideologies are reflected here, whilst in others its has glossed over many a differences faced by women in racial and economic terms.
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