The Color Purple

Set deep in the American South, The Color Purple by Alice Walker is the tale of Celie, a young black girl born into poverty and segregation. After living a very hard life, she starts to discover joy and the power of her own spirit.


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Author:
Alice Walker
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ISBN:
978-0156031820
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Publish date:
2006-11-01

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    Anonymous
    May 9, 2018
    "The Color Purple is the story of a young, black girl in the deep South where she faces prejudice, poverty, and segregation. It's a powerful story that looks deep into the roots of society as it was back then, and it really draws you in. I have to say, as someone who lives in the south it's quite the guilt trip, but it's also an important reminder of what happens when you try to put yourself above another person. Overall, I thought it was fantastic and the move adaptation is amazing. Highly recommend."
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    Anonymous
    May 7, 2018
    "This book to movie adaptation is one of the best that I've ever seen. I would highly recommend this to anyone that wants to watch something that will make you feel emotional and feel like the book was given justice."
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    What are the best books with movie adaptations

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