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The letter describing the last dinner that Celie had before breaking out of jail was very emotional The fact that she was beaten and abused caused all kinds of emotions The letters that Celies sister Nettie wrote were never given to her and she took it personally She was separated from the only person that loved her and that was her sister Her youth was stolen from her in vain All of her problems were from one man the mister The person that supported and stood by her was the woman sleeping with her husband She was beaten and abused because she didnt do what she was told She was forced to raise children that were not hers and she she was also abused by them to She had to be extra careful in dealing with her husband just to survive She had to deal with her husband being unfaithful and she had to bottle all this up Ceilie and Nettie were extremely close She brought her happiness to her life Yet Ceilies husband kicked out her sister because she didnt do what she desired The only connection they had was by letters Once again Ceilies husband ruined that to he kept and hid all of the letters for a long period of time with no intention of giving them back When she found out it added fuel to her fire and enraged herCeilies mother died and she had to assume her roles in the house especially those most undesirable She was given away to a man she didnt know when she was just a child Her childhood and teenage years were full of suffering crying children and loneliness Her life was ill spent serving those who ungrateful and those who didnt love her after all even colors want to be lovedHer husbands verbal abuse killed her confidence she couldnt even show her smile because of all the insults She referred to him as Mr
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