Reentering the Aspects of Eco-feminist Responsiveness in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye

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Vipul Kumar Singh
Dr. Sunita Rai


Human beings are supposed to be the gifted creations of the universe in which many more creations are also found. There is a reciprocal or mutual relationship among them. This relationship has been variously defined to be one of the most powerful sensibilities of this universe. Such sensibilities of these creations and co-relations among them can be seen hither and thither which has been rightly defined and recognized as the ecological relations of the species. The concept ecofeminism with its multifaced dimensions is one of them.  It is studied in the growth of ecological relations of the women and the environmental happenings all over the world. The present research article attempts to reconnoiter the combination of environment with the creativities and relative coherence of women in Toni Morrison’s well-known novel, The Bluest Eye.


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Vipul Kumar Singh, and Dr. Sunita Rai. “Reentering the Aspects of Eco-Feminist Responsiveness in Toni Morrison’s The Bluest Eye”. The Creative Launcher, vol. 7, no. 4, Aug. 2022, pp. 74-82, doi:10.53032/tcl.2022.7.4.10.
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