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Making the Changes
Rape, incest, sex, forced labor, and a bit of reefer. These are some of the components of a Novel by Alice Walker. These views are illustrated proficiently in Walker’s third novel, The Color Purple. These aspects had a lasting impression upon ideals and beliefs of the time period. Her writing’s helped to break the racial tension and barrier that was present in some people’s minds. One of the ways that the barrier was eliminated was through her depiction of an imperfect black person. If a white person were to write about an imperfect black person it would be considered racist. “ I think the most chilling thing to me about the response to The Color Purple was that people said ‘ this doesn’t happen’, they said that this was ‘totally an anomaly’ (Ebony magazine, ‘Walker Confronts the Questions About Her’). With Walker’s writing about other blacks that are participating in situations that are immoral and corrupt, the ...
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