The Question and Answer section for The Color Purple is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Initially Celie, sees God as an old white man. That is the status-quo ingrained in her through a white society. Celie, however, changes as she witnesses the oppression of blacks as well as the patriarchal misogyny of the world. She increasingly...
I've always loved the open end of this novel. The fact that the author leaves us to ponder the truth of what we've read makes us think. Who and what do we believe..... what have we learned. That's the joy of the ending.
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