Identify the characters and their character traits: claudia, frieda, rosemary villannuci, mr henry, pecola, cholly breedlove 8 explain the conflict between rosemary and the girls in the beginning of the novel. Cholly breedlove, a main character from morrison's novel, can be examined using freudian psychoanalysis as he struggles to maintain his ego and as he struggles with the oedipal complex, raping his daughter pecola. The real cholly breedlove characters, cholly breedlove, can be examined through a freudian psychoanalytic lens, as he struggles with things like the structure of his personality and the oedipal complex.
The real cholly breedlove in toni morrison's the bluest eye, one of the main characters, cholly breedlove, can be examined through a freudian psychoanalytic lens, as he struggles with things like the structure of his personality and the oedipal complex. Analysis the bluest eye (1970) cholly breedlove (later to be pecola's father) caught during the sex act by white men and being forced to real life is. Young womanhood, is raped and impregnated by her father, cholly her mother, pauline, finds haven, hope, life and meaning as a servant to the white, blond, blue-eyed, clean, rich, family to which she.
Breedlove wants cholly to fetch some coal from the outside shed cholly spent the last night drinking and does not want to get out of bed the passage begins with the children becoming aware of the argument. The breedlove apartment is miserable and decrepit, suffering from mrs breedlove's preference for her employer's home over her own and symbolizing the misery of the breedlove family the macteer house is drafty and dark, but it is carefully tended by mrs macteer and, according to claudia, filled with love, symbolizing that family's comparative. Character profiles miss alice miss alice is a friend of aunt jimmy's old slack bessie old slack bessie is peggy's mother cholly breedlove cholly breedlove grew up in a poverty-stricken, loveless environment where he was abandoned and left on a junk heap by his own mother. Cholly breedlove is defined by two early incidents: his abandonment by his mother and the trauma of his first sexual experience, when he is forced to have sex while two white men watch him morrison describes cholly both as angry and free. Cholly breedlove's problems began when he was a child and was humiliated by the police while having relations with a female in the bushes the humiliation he felt made him have a hate towards woman and himself which he expressed by drinking heavily, beating his wife, and raping his daughter.
Of cholly breedlove's life, conditioned as it has been by trauma one of the ways in which morrison engages with the structures of her heritage is through her handling of closure. In the bluest eye, toni morrison uses the characters of cholly breedlove and frieda mcteer to juxtapose sexual violence and mental maltreatment in order to highlight the terrible effects of mental abuse. Breedlove is married to cholly and lives the self-righteous life of a martyr, enduring her drunk husband and raising her two awkward children as best as she can mrs breedlove is a bit of an outcast herself with her shriveled foot and southern background mrs.
The author was toni morrison, the book was the bluest eye and the rapist was cholly breedlove, the unemployed, alcoholic and fatherless father of 11-year-old pecola breedlove in the pages prior to the fateful moment morrison had intertwined cholly's narrative with those of others in his world, employing language so precise and subtle that it. The bluest eye is told from several points of viewthe point of view of the introduction is first person the speaker is the adult claudia macteer remembering and reflecting upon one year in her childhood. Cholly breedlove that no marigolds bloomed her memories go back to try to find his real father he finds him, but discovers that his father is a analysis of.
Pauline and cholly breedlove fight incessantly and with terrifying ferocity, their battles always end up being physical and her brother sammy runs away from home constantly the breedloves' name is suggestive and ironic: love is exactly what the family lacks, and certainly they are unable to generate more of it, as suggested by the word. In toni morrison's the bluest eye it is this point in the novel that the protagonist pecola breedlove is raped by her father cholly, a most unexpected thing to do and the events in her life take the worst turn. Cholly and mrs breedlove's relationship is detrimental to pecola's growth and survival morrison critic j brooks bouson points out that pecola is a total and complete victim  not only of racial shaming but also of her crippled and crippling family (bouson 25. How does racial self-loathing corrode the lives of pecola and her parents, cholly and pauline breedlove what evidence is there that racial self-hatred continues to ruin lives.