The Color Purple

How is sisterhood portrayed in "The Color Purple" by Alice Walker?

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Sisterhood in The Color Purple is one of the driving forces for good in this novel. It is sisterhood and this solidarity of each woman for the other that gives strength to each character involved. It is through this bond of sisterhood that they experience love, acceptance, spiritual guidance, and support against a very cruel and oppressive life.