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Destruction of Life Chain

Author: CheLiMuGe
Tutor: ZuoKui
School: Southwestern University
Course: English Language and Literature
Keywords: Toni Morrison The chain of life The cycle of life
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Type: Master's thesis
Year: 2010
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Abstract


American writer Toni Morrison 's \The novel tells the story of a little black girl Pique La Bulai , was Musharraf fascination with blue eyes , brown hair and fair skin , eager to have a pair of blue eyes story . The invasion of white culture she thinks should become white , has blue eyes make her be pamper . This work concentrated Benny Morrison is good at shaping the image of black artistic skills . Combined with Jung's psychoanalysis, we can better see this work about Bradley Musharraf family inevitably towards the process of breaking the chain of life . At the same time , but also better able to explore the evolution of white American society repressed African American psyche . Pike La 's parents not only rejected as a black and to disgust his daughter Pike La , is due solely to her dark skin . Rejected unable to complete their mission as black only lead to life strand breaks . However, Pike La mistakenly believe that , by virtue of a false priest can \This gift shows , their family life chain has inevitably been destroyed is not possible to continue .

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