"The Color Purple" by Alice Walker.
THE COLOR PURPLE
The novel The Color Purple by Alice Walker takes place around the 1930's. It is a place where being black is looked down upon, being a black woman is no far than degrading. For an African American woman named Celie, life was exactly no better than degrading. 'you black, you ugly, and you a woman, who would ever want you'. In the novel The Color Purple, the author illustrates through character development and structure that isolation occurs when a person is forced to believe something and unable to communicate with the outside world. Only through love and companionship o…
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