Dont Tell Nobody But God
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In her emphasis on Black female sisterhood, Walker demonstrates an Published: March 20, awareness as a Black feminist artist i. They record not only the events of her life, but the process by which she becomes aware of her innate Cheryl R. Hopson, Western Kentucky value as a being capable of loving and being loved. The particular epistolary structure that Alice Walker has chosen allows University, USA Celie, as no other structure could, to be transformed, and in her turn, to transform her world.
Silent, yet attentive as the God E-mail: cheryl. That new imagining is sisterhood, suggests The Color Purple. According to Mae G. As such, there is a recognition throughout of patriarchy as part of interlocking systems of oppressions that include oppressions of race, sex, class, and sexuality as cited in DeShazer, , p. I continue that these sisterhoods allow for and foster communication and knowing; they engender creativity, as well as personality, and consciousness shifts, and are, generally speaking, positive relations.
In The Color Purple, Walker provides four distinct though interrelated models of Black female sisterhood. These models are intergenerational in nature, and develop under patriarchy and in a virulently racist and sexist Jim Crow U. Their sisterhood withstands familial strife, sexual violence, forced separation, and the passage of time. The same can be said be said of Celie for Shug Avery.
Celie and Shug Avery share a sisterly bond that is both sexual and nonsexual in nature. Shug Avery also later provides Celie much-needed shelter and economic support. Both Celie and Mary Agnes face domination by overbearing and abusive men, and both are victims of incestuous rape.
This arrangement allows for a demonstration of the particulars of each sister-relationship, and a highlighting of the personal and interpersonal changes that result from these sister-relationships. Forever pregnant when alive, and now dead, the mother becomes for her daughters, and for Celie especially, a painful and piteous example of what can happen to a woman when under the control of a brutal, domineering, and misogynist husband.
Nettie is also present, or at the very least in the home, when Pa repeatedly sexually violates Celie. Nettie loves her older sister and dotes on Celie. In this way, she returns the sisterly love and maternal nurturing Celie provides her. That the Egyptians who built the pyramids and enslaved the Israelites were colored? That Egypt is in Africa? That the Ethiopia we read about in the Bible meant all of Africa? In short order, Celie becomes the wife of a physically, sexually, and emotionally brutalizing husband, and stepmother to four neglected, ill-mannered, and troubled children—two boys and two girls.
With Celie out of the 9 Martha J. Nettie is not with Celie long, however, before Mr. When Nettie rebuffs Mr. However, before Nettie leaves she, the younger sister, gives her older sister some sisterly advice. When the two sisters separate, Celie beseeches Nettie to write. In running Nettie off and then hoarding her letters to Celie, Mr.
The Reverend Mr. Nettie also shares with Celie what she discovers at Reverend Mr. In a letter written soon, Nettie admits to missing Celie terribly, and to anticipating a letter from her. I think Albert [Mr. Well, now I know what you meant. In true novelistic fashion, Reverend Mr. Unable to return to Celie, and with no other family to turn, Nettie relocates to Africa with Reverend Mr.
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Nettie spends the next thirty years of her life learning, teaching as a missionary, raising her niece and nephew, and writing in earnest to Celie. However, when Mr. She never stand up for herself. Despite protestations from Mr. If she talking when Harpo and Mr. That is she is not simply a robot parroting patriarchal masculinist behaviors.
Then what you say it for? What that? Fight, I say. Walker, p. I ast myself.