"The Color Purple." By Alice Walker.
"The Color Purple" is a contemporary, epistolary novel by Alice Walker, which is about the life of Celie, a black woman growing up in the South. Walker's use of letters or 'epistles' exchanged between characters, speaking to each other in an informal colloquial vocabulary, brings them to life and allows them to speak to each other directly. In a series of letters to God and to her sister Nettie, Celie tells the story of her life, ranging from the trauma of sexual abuse as a child to her success and wealth as an adult. Throughout the novel we see how does "Celie" character overcome sexism,…
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