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    the usual thing, when I said to her: "Eyes of a blue dog." Without taking her hand off the lamp she said to me: "That. We'll never forget that." She left the orbit, sighing: "Eyes of a blue dog. I've written it everywhere." I saw her walk over to the dressing table. I watched her appear in the circular glass of the mirror looking at me now at the end of a back and forth of mathematical light. I watched her keep on looking at me with her great hot-coal eyes: looking at me while she opened the little

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    long enough to cover yet short enough to have him imagining things he really shouldn’t be. Her blouse, a deep blue, was nothing compared to the color of those enchanting eyes of hers but it suited her well and did wonders to accentuate her milky white skin. The stilettos she had donned were the same shade and so tall that should she step any closer to him they would be nearly eye to eye. Her hair, he now noticed, was rather unruly but in the most charming way. It was as... ... middle of paper

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    Tick. Tick. Tick. Robert sat at his desk, chair turned to the side, feet kicked up on the dark wood, staring out of the grandous windows that made up the back wall of his office. He peered down at the people walking on Wall Street with squinted eyes, his office being on the top most floor of the building making them all seem like little black dots against the grey of the sidewalk. The large doors of his office where shut and the room was silent but for the sounds of his heavy breaths and the ticking

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    Blue Eyes

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    so little and growing up in an abusive environment, Pecola does not truly know what it feels like to live in a safe home with lots of love and support. She blames that being ugly is the cause of her numerous problems and that if she were to have blue eyes it would solve them all. Pecola says “How do you do that? I mean how do you get someone to love you?” (Page 32). This shows that she is not loved by her mom or dad who should be the ones to love her the most and make her feel secure. After Cholly

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    The Significance of The Blue Dress in Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God and Seraph on the Suwanee Their Eyes Were Watching God: Janie (talking to Phoebe about Tea Cake): “He done taught me de maiden language all over. Wait till you see de new blue satin Tea Cake done picked out for me tuh stand up wid him in. High heel slippers, necklace, earrings, everything he wants tuh see me in. Some of dese mornin’s and it won’t be long, you gointuh wake up callin’ me and Ah’ll be gone.” (pp. 109-10)

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    Symbolism In Blue Eyes

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    case of the destructive idealization of white culture and subsequent denial and obliteration of black identity and is the tragic symbol in Morrison’s attempt to detail this legacy of racism. By the end of the novel, she exchanged her mind for the blue eyes she thought would make her loved and is even further ostracized by the community that failed to see its part in what happened. The inherent sense of being ugly and unworthy is a main part

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    as being a member of. Jane Elliott is an anti-racism activist and an educator who is known for her “Blue-Eyes, Brown-Eyes” experiment (Jane Elliott’s Blue Eyes Brown Eyes Exercise, 2006). In her experiment, she wanted to demonstrate the idea of discrimination against minorities. She used eye color, specifically brown and blue eyes, instead of skin color, and made brown-eyed people superior to blue-eyed people. She did this experiment the day after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., in order

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    Human Cloning

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    years ago the world’s eyes turned to the scientific presses, hot with the new discovery that cloning was possible. Dolly the sheep was born, the first successful case of cloning the scientific world had seen. But what we didn’t see is that there were 276 failures before the successful case was achieved. Are we willing to gamble 276 human lives for the research of a non – applicable science? The thought of a perfect being is intriguing. The model child with the blue eyes you never had and the perfectly

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    Cindy Sherman

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    and mockery come together in the portraits of Cindy Sherman on display at the Crocker Art Museum. Walking into the large, dimly lit ballroom, one may begin to feel a slight sense of trepidation as the viewer looks around to find nine sets of beady eyes watching one’s every move. Sherman produced her History Portraits during the late eighties and early nineties, nine of which are displayed at the museum. In her portraits she uses lush fabrics, lavish jewelry, and false body parts to decorate herself

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    twenty years old. She was wearing a white cotton tank top and a pair of denim shorts. Her long, golden brown hair was tied in a tight ponytail that cascaded down the middle of her back. A pair of blue-framed sunglasses with highly reflective lenses rested delicately on the top of her head. Her blue eyes shined brightly as she looked around the mall, looking for anyone she might recognize. Her skin was soft and delicate, obviously pampered by lotions and cremes, most likely bought at “Bed, Bath, and

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