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THE BLUEST EYE BY TONI MORRISONAND KAINE AGARYS YELLOW YELLOW
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The research work reviews the historical encounter between the whites and Africans and argues that the challenges or problems evident in the black society at present are as a result of the white m also looks into the social values and system of meaning that promotes male dominance and demeans the woman.
    TABLE OF CONTENT
CHAPTER ONE
 1.1    Introduction
  1.2    Statement of problem
 1.3      Objective of study
  1.4          Scope   of   study
  1.5    Research Method
  CHAPTER TWO
 2.1    Literature Review
 CHAPTER THREE
 3.1          The Bluest Eye
  3.2    The Society and the Girl child
  3.3    Characterization in The Bluest Eye
 CHAPTER FOUR
 4.1          Yellow Yellow
 4.2          The   society   and   the   Girl   Child
 4.3      Characterization in Yellow Yellow
 CHAPTER FIVE
 5.1          Comparative   analysisTheBluestbetweenEyeand   Morriso  Agary��sYellowYellow
  5.2    Conclusion
 WORKS CITED
CHAPTER ONE
  1.1          INTRODUCTION
According  to  Cambridge  dictionary,  society  is  defined  as  a  particular community of people who share the same customs, law etc. It is also defined as the state of being with other people. (1129).
 A girl child is described as a female child between infancy and early adulthood. During this period of the development of the girl child, she is under the custody and supervision of adults who may be her parents or guardians and siblings who are older and more mature than she is. The girl child is easily influenced by her experiences as she develops. She models her behaviour during this development process though observations and imitations of those she depends on, and her physical, mental and emotional development start and reach their peak within this stage.
In attempting to establish the relationship between the society and the girl child, we ask certain pertinent questions relating to how she child is received and related with in her contemporary society. What are the struggles, challenges and oppression faced by the girl child? What are the factors that foist on the girl child such challenges and oppression?
 From the family circle to the public sphere, the girl child has suffered much hardship and has been greatly dehumanized. This is due to the fact that she is
regarded as inferior to her brother. She is devalued and as Buchi Emecheta portrays her, she is a second class citizen in a society ruled by male chauvinism. In especially most African societies, the girl child has been consigned to an inferior status for which she constantly wears a daunted image. This inferiority is as a result of the patriarchal ideology in the society which bestows undue self importance on the male child. The result of this is that, men do everything to undermine the women in order to arbitrarily institute value and ideologies in the society. The African society and the diaspora is a society with a tradition that bestows importance to the male folk, neglecting the female folks. This patriarchal ideology has influenced the way the girl characters are projected by male writers in their literary texts. In most literary works, female characters always wear one of these images: prostitute, girlfriend, courtesans, and workers and are evident in
 these novels: Clara   is   Obi��s   loverNo longinat EaseChinua:ElsieA   Ache
 Man of the People by Achebe is Odili��s girlfriend girlfriend; and HalfalsoofYellowinSunChimamanda��s,weseeOlamaas
 Odenigbo��s lover.maleThesecharacterimags ofcreditfe assertion.
  The female character in African f luster human being, the quiet member of a household only to bear children, unfulfilled if she does not, and handicapped if she bears only daughtersility… andDoc complete submission of will is demanded and enacted from her. (Chukwumma 1990; 131)
They construct the girl character as a passive and inconsequential object. The male writers communicated a picture of the girl child as one whose destiny is subject to the whims of her male folk.Our primary source will be used in carrying out this research. Attention will be paid to the womanist tenet that throws some light in the oppression of the girl child as portrayed in African literature. Womanism is referred to as the concept of feminism. Coined by Alice walker, it is meant to account for the
 survival of the black people. (Walker 1984;89) Womanism upholds respect for the family units by Africans both in the continent and in the diaspora. Womanism is communal in its orientation and goes beyond the husband and wife context. This ideology of womanism caused Africans and African-Americans to present the struggle of the black woman in her society. This is presented through the text of Toni Morrison and KaineAgary: The Bluest Eye and Yellow Yellow respectively.
 Writers are mostly influenced by their environment and circumstance in history which helped to shape their society. We should agree that Toni Morrison and KaineAgary portray their society through their work. With reference to Morrison��sTheBluestEye and KaineAgary��s   Yellow,itwillYellowbejustto
 

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