This essay focuses on the book the color purple. the deadline is tomorrow at 10pm, I have to rewrite the ending of the story, 12 font and double spaced, it has to be two pages.
i need to write an essay rewriting the end of the book the color purple the deadline is tomorrow at 10pm, I have to rewrite the ending of the story, 12 font and double spaced, it has to be two pages for the book the color purple, it can be found online
Celie is a poor, uneducated 14-year-old girl living in the Southern United States in the early 1900s. She writes letters to God because her father, Alphonso, beats and rapes her. Alphonso has already impregnated Celie once, which resulted in the birth of a boy named Adam, whom Alphonso abducted. Celie thinks Alphonso killed Adam. Celie then has a second child, and Celie’s ailing mother dies after cursing Celie on her deathbed. The second child is a girl name Olivia, but Alphonso takes the baby away shortly after her birth.
, learn a man identify only as Mister wants to marry Nettie. Alphonso refuses to let Nettie marry, instead arranging for Mister to marry Celie. Mister, a widower needing someone to care for his children and keep his house, eventually accepts the offer. Mister physically, sexually, and verbally abuses Celie, and all his children treat her badly as well.
Shortly thereafter, Nettie runs away from Alphonso and takes refuge at Celie’s house, where Mister makes sexual advances toward her. Celie then advises Nettie to seek assistance from a well-dressed black woman that she saw in the general store a while back; the woman has unknowingly adopted Olivia and is the only black woman Celie has ever seen with money of her own. Nettie is forced to leave after promising to write. Celie, however, never receives any letters and concludes her sister is dead.
, falls in love with an assertive girl named Sofia, who becomes pregnant with Harpo’s baby and, despite initial resistance from Mister, marries Harpo. Harpo and Sofia have five more children in short order. Celie is amazed by Sofia’s defiant refusal to submit to Harpo’s attempts to control her. As Harpo is kinder and gentler than his father, Celie advises him not to try to dominate Sofia. Harpo temporarily follows Celie’s advice but falls back under Mister’s sway. Celie, momentarily jealous of Harpo’s genuine love of Sofia, then advises Harpo to beat her. Sofia fights back, however, and confronts Celie. A guilty Celie apologizes and confides in Sofia about all the abuse she suffers at Mister’s hands. She also begins to consider Sofia’s advice about defending herself against further abuse from Mister.
Shug Avery, a jazz and blues singer and Mister’s long-time mistress, falls ill, and Mister takes her into his house. Celie, who has been fascinate by photos of Shug she found in Mister’s belongings, is thrill to have her there. Mister’s father expresses disapproval of the arrangement, reminding Mister that Shug has three out-of-wedlock children, though Mister implies to him he is those children’s father. Mister’s father then leaves in disgust. While Shug is initially rude to Celie, who has taken charge of nursing her, the two women become friends, and Celie soon finds herself infatuated with Shug.