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Celie believed she recognized Olivia, when she saw her with Corrine in a shop.
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Alphonso refuses to let Nettie marry, instead arranging for Mister to marry Celie. Soon she stops Nettie from meeting with Samuel in private or from borrowing her clothes. These letters, full of educated, firsthand observation of African life, form a moving counterpoint to Celie's life. Emotionally drained but exhilarated by the reunion with her sister, Celie notes that though she and Nettie are now old, she has never in her life felt younger. Celie gave birth to a girl, whom her father stole and presumably killed in the woods. Meanwhile, Nettie and Samuel marry and prepare to return to America. LaChanze did win the Tony Award, though the show itself won no other awards. After some 30 years apart, Celie is then reunited with Nettie, who has married Samuel. However, when Harpo strikes her, Sofia fights back. She fights her way through life and questions everything she has been taught. Later, Corrine dies, finally having accepted Nettie's story. Celie has been fixated on Shug since seeing a picture of her, on a playbill, when Celie was a girl. He decides to ask Shug, who is a well-known jazz singer, if she will sing at his place. At dinner one night, Celie finally releases her pent-up rage, angrily cursing Mr. Slowly, Celie evolves into a mature woman with great confidence, but not before her sister Nettie is taken away from her, and she marries a cruel man who really wanted to marry Nettie.
Celie settles in Tennessee and supports herself as a seamstress. Sofia returns for a visit and promptly gets into a fight with Harpo's new girlfriend, Squeak, knocking Squeak's teeth out.
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Walker, an ardent pro- Palestinian activist, said in a letter to Yediot Books that Israel practices apartheid and must change its policies before her works can be published there. Apparently, after Celie left he let everything go and almost died of malnourishment. Emotionally drained but exhilarated by the reunion with her sister, Celie notes that though she and Nettie are now old, she has never in her life felt younger. Nettie and Corrine become close friends, but Corrine, noticing that her adopted children resemble Nettie, wonders if Nettie and Samuel have a secret past. Shug not only influences the way that Celie allows Mister to treat her, but also shows Celie that actions deemed sinful by others may not truly be evil or transgressive and that they do not prevent one from believing in and living for God, thereby broadening Celie's views on religion and ethics. After one last trip to Africa, in which Tashi and Adam are married, Tashi, Adam, Olivia, Nettie, and Samuel arrive at Celie's house in Georgia—the house she inherited from her biological father after her stepfather's death—and find Celie's family in good order. Celie becomes fixated on Shug Avery, a glamorous blues singer who is her husband's mistress. The letters indicate that Nettie befriended a missionary couple, Samuel and Corrine, the well-dressed woman that Celie saw in the store, whom Nettie eventually accompanied to Africa to do missionary work. Nettie then traveled with the family to Harlem, in New York City, on to England, and to various cities in Africa, observing the culture and traditions of the people there, before settling in a village of the Olinka people. At first, Shug doesn't appear to be the mothering and nurturing kind, yet she nurtures Celie physically, spiritually, and emotionally. Meanwhile, Nettie and Samuel marry and prepare to return to America. Shug returns and decides to retire, for her flute player has gone to college. Celie assumes Nettie is dead because she had promised to write to Celie but never did.
It won a Pulitzer Prize in Later, Celie experiences her first sexual pleasure with Shug. She knows her sister Nettie loves her, but she is too young to understand.
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Through Shug's seductive influence, Albert begins to treat Celie better. Celie, having had enough of her husband's abuse, decides to leave Mister along with Shug and Squeak, who is considering a singing career of her own. She also confronts Albert, leaves him, and moves to Memphis to live with Shug, a move that stuns and pains Albert. Later, Celie experiences her first sexual pleasure with Shug. Celie subsequently begins to build relationships with other black women, especially those engaging forcefully with oppression. This perceived snubbing ignited controversy because many critics considered it the best picture that year,  including Roger Ebert. Eventually Sofia gets fed up with Harpo and leaves him to go live with her sister Odessa. In the first few letters, Celie tells God that she has been raped by her father and that she is pregnant for the second time with his child. Corrine, it is revealed, believes that Samuel has had an affair with Nettie back in Georgia, and that Adam and Olivia are actually Nettie's children.
Celie soon marries Mr. The letters indicate that Nettie befriended a missionary couple, Samuel and Corrine, the well-dressed woman that Celie saw in the store, whom Nettie eventually accompanied to Africa to do missionary work.
When Nettie arrives in Africa she begins to write frequently to Celie.
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