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Asia Pacific Journal of Research
Identity, gender-bias, slavery, marginalisation, alienation and Community have always been the underlying theme of Toni Morrison. Through the accounts of her novels, Toni Morrison shows numerous ways in which identity, is the most tyrannical period in the black history, which has affected the identity of African Americans. In The Bluest Eye, Morrison shows that a black woman who searches for her true identity feels aggravated by her blackness and yearns to be white because of the constant panicfatcat:d7khg3dmjvgmpb6kpeaw7gyt5y