A paragraph per question related to the book “The color purple” “The Color Purple” was one of Director Steven Spielberg’s first attempt at a movie with serious thematic concerns. It is based on African American writer Alice Walker’s novel of the same name. The movie portrays the growth of Celie, an African American woman, from a victim to someone who’s in firm control of her own destiny. When the movie first came out, it received rave reviews from critics. Here are some questions for you to think about as you watch the movie: 1) What is the significance of the book/movie title: “The Color Purple”? 2) Compare and contrast Mr.’s and Harpo’s experience in the movie. 3) Alice Walker in “In Search of Our Mother’s Gardens” posits that there are three types of women: the suspended women (those who do not have college education, married young with children, are stuck in an abusive relationship, and are lack of self-awareness), the emergent women (those who are on the verge of achieving self-realization, are strong-minded and independent, and know where they are going), the assertive women (those who have clear goals, are well-educated, and are determined to follow their sometimes whimsical ideas). Can you identify all three types of women in the movie? Bonus Question: How is family redefined in the movie?
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