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The Color Purple Chapter Summary & Analysis - Letters 33-35 Summary

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Letters 33-35 Summary

No one is coming to Harpo's juke joint but Mr. _____ and Shug, probably because it is only his friend Swain singing there. Harpo thinks that if Shug starts singing there people will come to hear her. Shug agrees, as she is feeling a bit better, and they advertise for the show with some of her old flyers.

Shug draws a crowd and gets a warm welcome on opening night, and Celie is glad to just hear her. Mr. _____ had been making a fuss about Shug's singing and her dress and saying that his wife should not do things like that, and Shug responds that she sure is glad she's not his wife.

Celie is jealous of the fact that Shug looks at Mr. _____ a lot when singing, and her heart aches for Shug. Celie feels the tears come until Shug dedicates a song she made...

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