The bluest eye thursday, may 17, 2018 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm main theater wright hall, uc davis campus $10-$1850 pecola breedlove, a young black girl. And the years folded up like pocket handkerchiefs sammy left town long ago cholly died in the workhouse mrs breedlove still does housework and pecola is. The bluest eye, lydia r diamond's stage adaptation of toni morrison's first novel, is running through april 1 at the arden theatre. They do not want ohio 11th graders to read morrison's novel the bluest eye because it references rape, among other controversial issues. Toni morrison's book, “the bluest eye” is part of northville high school's advanced placement english course.
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