Lexie Sparrow
Stereotypes in Bluest Eye
November 10, 2009
Neal- 10

Pg. 87- Junior and N-Word
Pg. 109- Mrs. Breedlove and white child
Pg. 20-21- The stereotype of the yellow hair, blue eyed doll
Pg. 73- Maureen/Black-emo
Pg. 153- Cholly and ticket sales
Pg. 62- Maureen description
Pg. 67- Maureen describes a movie
Pg. 65- Boys taunting Pecola
Pg. 147- Cholly and the white men
Pg. 1- House Intro
Pg. 162-163- Rape Scene
Pg. 100- Domestic Violence
Pg. 134- Watermelon at picnic- a social stereotype (like downing watermelon and fried chicken)

How is Morrison using the stereotype to her advantage, to make art?
-A glorified moment- because of language
-Tall...strong figure
-July 4th....day of independence, celebration
-She makes it more art full, than gross.
- Comparison to God- and how God was white not black and saying the devil is equivalent to black. Saying that he can never be compared to the God, so why not the devil?
-Shows what he truly is and then what is show as by the public as. Ideas are tainted because of his ideas of who he can't be.
-Saying he is siding with the devil because he can't be god and god isn't anything like him.
-Also can be considered foreshadowing because he is like a devil (raping Pecola, and domestic violence)