Feminism In The Color Purple

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“The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any”(Alice Walker). Alice Walker is African-novelist, short-story writer, poet, etc…. She was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Award for the most famous novel she have every wrote is The Color Purple. She was honored with O. Henry award, was inducted into California Hall of Fame in 2006 and receive Lennon Ono Peace award in 2010. Walker was part of the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s for women’s to have equality in this world we live in right now. She wrote “The Color Purple” about her ancestors life, what they have been through past three generation suffering for slavery, abuse, freedom, etc…. Alice Walker is against female genital mutilation…show more content…
“...the truth. I look at the women, tho, cause l’m not scare of them.”(Walker). Celie does not fear women because they don’t appear a to be a threat to her. Celie prefer the culture of women over men because they don’t her as worthless as her husband and Pa did to her. Women has been knowledge to be at bottom of pyramid. This evolve many women of color whose don’t get no say in their life. (F.) “A girl is nothing to herself; only to her husband can she become something. What can she become? I asked. Why, she said, the mother of his children.But I am not the mother of anybody’s children, I said, and I am something.”(Walker). Nettie is explain in the letter that women in Olinka are not highly thought of in their culture but they’re only importance is with the men in their life. This impact Celie life by telling her that women is respected by their lover that they are committed to each by married. This is important to Celie because it’s tell her that there’s still hope in the world to find a respectful men. This whole section is important Alice Walker because she knows how woman is treated in this world we live, that we are at the bottom of the food…show more content…
“Here’s the thing, say Shug. The thing I believe. God is inside you and inside everybody else. You come into the world with God. But only them that search for it inside find it…”(Shug to Celie) Shug is tell Celie that God has no gender and no race. But God is inside of every person soul that he has created to be in this world. This impact Celie life by tell her that God is not a men or women. It also explain that God is not one shade of color but he or she is multiple color or race. It’s tell Celie that God can be whatever color and gender he or she wanted to become at any moment. Shug tells Celie an important thing about God because she did not believe that God will listen to her prayer. The letter gave her inspiration that God. is hearing her prayer. [F.]. “Dear God. Dear stars, dear trees, dear sky, dear peoples. Dear Everything. Dear God.”(Celie). Celie is writes her one last letter to God, she actual address the our saver. Celie thanks God for bringing back her sister and childrens to her. This is impact Celie life because she can findlay be with her family for a long time away from them. This is important to Celie because her sister and childrens were taken away from her at a very young age. Her prayer were findlay answer when she saw her family in the purple field. This whole section is important because

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