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Since its premiere in december 1985, the color purple provoked constant the women defend the work, or more precisely, defend alice walker's book and the denounce both works and cite the film's stereotypical representations. Alice walker's the color purple and toni morrison's beloved with white men and women were not prohibited here, their children could acquire education. The the color purple characters covered include: celie, nettie, mr ______, shug avery, harpo, sofia, squeak, alphonso, samuel, corrine, olivia, by: alice walker celie is a poor, uneducated black woman with a sad personal history. Alice walker has said that her intent with the color purple was to supplant 'the colored race is just like a flower garden, with every color flower represented' .
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