The male/female relationships in the book "The Color Purple" by Alice Walker
The entire essay is based on the relationship between Celie and her abusive husband Albert or Mr.______, and shows how this relationship affects Celie throughout the novel.
In the novel The Color Purple by Alice Walker, the male/female relationship is shown by Celie's life and the changes she experiences throughout the book .Celie, the main character, undergoes an inner transformation, from a submissive, abused wife to an unabashedly confident and independent black woman and businesswoman .Though at first Celie is submissive to the abusive men around her, due to the positive influence of…
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