Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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Ecological Connections in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye
Dr. Nistha Parashar
In recent years, ecocriticism has emerged as a serious branch of study which looks into ecological connections of a literary text aiming at creating an ecological awareness amongst the reading community. The Bluest Eye, penned by Toni Morrison is a significant text which clearly has ecological inclinations as Toni Morrison has created a gamut of characters who are either ecologically sensitive or are highly ecologically insensitive. This contrast within a deliberate scheming around different seasons makes for an interesting ecocritical study. The present paper thus is an earnest attempt to unravel the various layers incorporated by Morrison in The Bluest Eye to create ecologically sensitive reading public.
Toni Morrison, Ecocriticism, Nature, Animals, Environment.
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