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An Analysis of The Color Purple

Summary: This essay explains a moral analysis of The Color Purple using the terms, Eros, Filios and Narcissism.
"I start to wonder why us need love. Why us suffer. Why us black. Why us men and
women. Where do children really come from. It didn't take long to realize I didn't hardly
know nothing... The more I wonder, he say, the more I love." Mr.'s statement to Celie on
what he has finally learned about love.
    The Color Purple is a beautifully told story of  Celie, a woman who has struggled
with abuse, lack of love and emotional trauma. The novel is very intense and presents a
clear and advanced look into the life of Celie through all the trials and tribulations in her
earlier years, to the success and happiness that she found in her adult years. The audience
that this book was intended to address is a mature audience that can deal with the pain...







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