In her award-winning novel The Color Purple, Alice Walker (1982) tells the story of Celie, a young black girl growing up in the reconstruction South of the United States. In a series of letters to God and to her sister Nettie, Celie tells the story of her life, ranging from the trauma of sexual abuse as a child to her success and wealth as an adult.
By: Alice Walker
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