The color purple film vs novel
Sofia the color purple
Some differences found were the writing of the letters. In the book we get to know that it was her father who raped her. Till these meetings Celie does not know that she can resist violence and abuse. This love shows Celie a new way of life and helps her to discover her sexuality. Loudly debated the movie was nominated for 11 Academy Awards but received none. She shows racial conflicts and discrimination, poor position of African American women attitude of the society to the problems described. Instead, Mr. When a clue arises that Mr. The novel and the movie share many similarities. The film touches almost all themes explored in the novel.
It was very hard for Celie to grow, learn, love, and identify herself because she was a woman, she was black, she was poor, and she was abused mentally and physically. Woman and her free spirit help her to realize her true self and gain forces to resist people who mistreat her.
It was a difficult birth for such a young mother and we also start sympathizing this girl in the film. All in all, both the film and the novel The Color Purple are not only entertaining, but very interesting because it taught the reader about how life was lived when there was discrimination of blacks and woman.
This love shows Celie a new way of life and helps her to discover her sexuality.
However, when it comes to the complexities of the characters, the film sells the novel short. Some differences found were the writing of the letters. One time Shug names him Albert and Celie expalins that she did not know his name.
As she meets new people, she learns from them. The film presents things in a very black and white manner, while the novel is all about the various shades of gray which exist in the relationships between the characters.
The color purple movie
The novel and the movie share many similarities. Celie admires strong beautiful woman like Shug Avery because she knows how to stand up for herself and not let men push her around just like it is described in the novel and shown though out the movie. It was very hard for Celie to grow, learn, love, and identify herself because she was a woman, she was black, she Posted by Norma Desmond at AM. The relationships in the novel are not nearly so simplistic or cut and dried, even the abusive relationship between Celie and her husband, Mister. The themes of racism, family violence and poverty are depicted in a new light in the film. The novel and the movie have many of the same themes, obstacles, and resolutions. Celie has to make a long path before she finally gets confidence in herself and takes control over her life. Hers is surrounded by a multitude of other great performances, namely from Margaret Avery and Oprah. Have you ever felt as if you have been taken away from the only person that has ever meant anything to you? In the book this is a styllistic device that helps to create his image. In the film however, education is not an issue until after Nettie comes to live with Celie and Mr. The film presents things in a very black and white manner, while the novel is all about the various shades of gray which exist in the relationships between the characters.
Womanhood is expressed in so many ways.
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