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The Color Purple written by Alice Walker which Is a novel on many letters written to God by one little girl as she grows up It is based on a women living in rural Georgia named Celie She grows up living in pain and misery from her stepfather Alphonso Celie lived with her mother and sister along with the frightening stepfather Early on Celies sister runs away after the mother had died So Celie was stuck at home with Alphonso who had remarried soon after his wifes death Celie was lucky to escape the pain he brought her but was scared for life She soon married a man named Mr who had beaten her also throughout the marriage As she finds a friend of the name Shug Avery who Celie admires and looks up to as well as respect But as Shug befriends her she feels horrible but not otherwise hate toward Shug They become friends and go through life together even though Shug had been ill As time goes on Celie rejoins with her sister in the end as she thought she was dead after no communication The unresolved era of Alphonso goes throughout the novel with nothing resolved for what has happened to Celie Alphonso was Celie stepfather which she had no idea about till she was rejoined with her sister He would beat her and abuse her frequently having Celie no control over what was happening He would also rape her impregnating Celie twice Celie would explain in detail what he would do to her Then he push his thing inside my pussy When that hurt I cryp1 With Alphonso taking the baby both times and getting rid of them Celie had no idea what had happened to them Alphonso had full control over everything Celie and sister Nettie did So Celie is in a way forced to marry Mr who also beats her As Celie gets out of the
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