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Essay | The Color Purple Review

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The Color Purple Review

Summary: Essay provides a book review of the book "The Color Purple" by Alice Walker.
The Color Purple is about a black woman named Celie who endures a lot of cruelty from men throughout her whole life. This book shows how she changed into a miraculous woman who stands up for what she believes in. Overall, I like this novel.

One of the reasons I liked this book is because Celie and her true biological children are brought back together at the end. This made the story complete, and gave it a great ending. Everyone was on their own, but they all got united into one family. I don't think the story would have a point if Celie's real children just lived their own lives and never met one another. Another reason I liked this book is because Celie does things that black woman weren't supposed to do during that time period. For example, Celie makes pants. These pants aren't just...

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