"Celie's strengths as an African American Woman"
Alice Walker’s “The Color Purple” is a captivating and touching novel about life of a poor African American woman -- Celie, living in the deep rural south at the turn of the twentieth century. During her difficult life, Celie writes letters to God in which she tells him about her being. As the story evolves, many major circumstances in Celie’s life are changing. In the beginning
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like a woman, which made her love even stronger.
Finally, after so many years Celie got the life she waited for and could actually enjoy. This change was not accidental. She deserves it as much as very few women do. It looks like God, to whom she was revealing all her secrets, gave her a blessing. Only the strongest woman with big soul and love for others deserves such a dramatic change in her life.