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Critic Ronald Barthes has said, “Literature is the question minus the answer.” Consider Barthes’ observation as it applies to the novel The Bluest Eye. Write an essay in which you analyze a central question the work raises and the extent to which it offers any answers. Explain how the author’s treatment of this question affects your understanding of the work as a whole. Avoid mere plot summary.
Your analysis of the central question should be the focus of your essay. Use the novel as your primary source from which you are expected to pull text evidence in addition to incorporating text from the following 6 sources. You must clearly identify which source the information comes from by using either a signal phrase or parenthetical citation. The links for the following sources are in Schoology.
basically write about why the author wrote book or what the message is, and then include the text evidence from the source provided in the description above