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References to society in The Bluest Eyes (Toni morrison).
Literature has often been used to send a message, a morality to its readers. When freedom of speech was not recognized yet, some writers, like Voltaire or Montesquieu for example, wrote books not only to amuse but also to criticize and make references of the society they lived in. Indeed, during the middle Ages, Renaissance but also during the XXIII century, writers could be sentenced to death if they did not agree with the king's imposed laws that the population had to follow. Therefore, it has been seen that a novel with a very common story could in reality be an accurate reference to th…
- Patrick Henry Describing in Literary terms about the speech given at the "The Virginia Convention" by Patrick Henry.
- References to society in The Bluest Eyes (Toni morrison).
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