The Bluest Eye

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  • Following Grammatical Rules

    Did Sam know who what?In *creative* writing, there are no rules, as such.: At 4/13/2010 6:14:39 AM, mattrodstrom wrote: : you can use if<em><strong>>,<</strong></em> and when<em><strong>>,<</strong></em> there is apparent necessity. For example, in the front of one of my favorite novels, The Bluest Eye (Toni Morrison), repeats the same passage several times. <strong>Jack</strong>?

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q:
    "The Bluest Eye" is in what literary genre?
  • A:
    The book is classified as: Novel.
  • Q:
    Which year was the title "The Bluest Eye" first published?
  • A:
    The book was first printed in 1970.
  • Q:
    The work, "The Bluest Eye" covers which literary subjects?
  • A:
    "The Bluest Eye" is categorized in the area of: Music, Ohio and Other
  • Q:
    How many pages is the book "The Bluest Eye"?
  • A:
    The book has 256 pages.

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