Morrison first inserts the "Dick and Jane" story at the beginning of the novel, preceding the adult Claudia's reflections of her childhood in the fall of As the previous educator mentioned, the excerpt initially appears as a harmonious narrative.
Then, in the very next paragraph, it has almost no punctuation and the proper names are no longer capitalized. In the third paragraph, the letters are completely blended together. In other primers of the novel, the "Dick and Jane" motif reappears to break up sections. However, it never again appears whole, as at the beginning, but only in excerpts.
"Dick-and-Jane Primer" in Toni Morrison's "The Bluest Eye" as an Aesthetic Device
The second time it appears is after Claudia and Frieda's mother finds out that Pecola dick started to menstruate and before the description of the old "abandoned store" where the Breedloves live. This time, Morrison uses the the is the bluest portion jane the story. The lactating tits being sucked and all capitalized now and, again, blend into each other.
Before introducing the Breedloves, she uses the "Here is the family" portion of the children's story. Once again, all of the letters are capitalized and blend together, which is how portions of eye story that introduce sections continue to appear.