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The Portrayal of Women in "The Color Purple"

Summary: The essay is based on Alice Walker's feminist novel "The Color Purple." This essay looks into how the author depicts the female characters in her novel and discusses various critical perspectives voiced towards Walker's works.
"The Colour Purple" is a novel about womanism, slavery, racism and abuse. It was written by Alice Walker who based this novel on her own experiences. She received the Pulitzer for her novel "The Colour Purple." This essay looks at how Alice Walker depicts the female characters in her novel, discusses various critical perspectives voiced towards her work and shows my views of the way Alice Walker represents women in her novel.

The Protagonist in Alice Walker's novel is Celie.Celie is a fourteen year old black girl in a small family who is very innocent and naïve to the ways of the world. It is an epistolary novel written at the beginning to God.

" Celie writing is a means of escape" A means of exploring her thoughts by expressing them on paper, and of convincing herself that she is not...

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