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18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: User1492043813 | Category: Bodycare business plan

I think it's important to specify that her abuse was psychological, emotional, physical, and sexual. Rape is one of the most traumatic crimes committed and I'm certain it contributed to her sense of powerlessness and low self-esteem and feelings of worthlessness and her revulsion towards sex. Both her husband and her father raped her repeatedly. It's important.

There's no note of sexuality here, which is also important. Celie was raped repeatedly by Mr., her husband, and her step-father. She grew numb to it, which can happen with repeated abuse especially when it happens so often. The only sex she ever enjoyed was the completely consensual and compassionate time she shared with Shug. That makes Celie possibly gay/lesbian/bisexual/queer, or even asexual because she wasn't actually concerned about the act but more the emotional attachment and connection with Shug. Without any other positive sexual ex. Read more

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    User1491753025 18 Jan 2017 04:59

    I think it''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s important to specify that her abuse was psychological, emotional, physical, and sexual. Rape is one of the most traumatic crimes committed and I''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''m certain it contributed to her sense of powerlessness and low self-esteem and feelings of worthlessness and her revulsion towards sex. Both her husband and her father raped her repeatedly. It''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s important.

    There''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s no note of sexuality here, which is also important. Celie was raped repeatedly by Mr., her husband, and her step-father. She grew numb to it, which can happen with repeated abuse especially when it happens so often. The only sex she ever enjoyed was the completely consensual and compassionate time she shared with Shug. That makes Celie possibly gay/lesbian/bisexual/queer, or even asexual because she wasn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t actually concerned about the act but more the emotional attachment and connection with Shug. Without any other positive sexual ex. Read more

    The Color Purple is a musical with a book by Marsha Norman and music and lyrics by Stephen Bray , Brenda Russell , and Allee Willis. Based on the 1982 novel by Alice Walker , the show follows the journey of Celie, an African-American woman in the American South from the early to mid-20th century.

    The original Broadway production ran from 2005 to 2008, earning eleven Tony Award nominations in 2006. An enthusiastically acclaimed Broadway revival opened in late 2015 and ran through early 2017, winning two 2016 Tony Awards —including Best Revival of a Musical.

    Spoiler alert: The Color Purple isn''''''''''''''''t actually about the color purple. Sure, it gets mentioned here and there , but if you''''''''''''''''re hoping this will be a book about all things purple in the world, you''''''''''''''''re probably better off checking out the classic children''''''''''''''''s book, Purple.

    This novel features a bit more than pictures of grapes, eggplants, and that weird McDonald''''''''''''''''s character. It stars Celie, a poor black woman in the rural South, and follows her through about thirty years of her life—from repeated sexual abuse by her father as a young girl to even more abuse at the hands of her husband as an adult.

    Celie , the protagonist and narrator of The Color Purple , is a poor, uneducated, fourteen-year-old black girl living in rural Georgia. Celie starts writing letters to God because her father, Alphonso, beats and rapes her. Alphonso has already impregnated Celie once. Celie gave birth to a girl, whom her father stole and presumably killed in the woods. Celie has a second child, a boy, whom her father also steals. Celie’s mother becomes seriously ill and dies. Alphonso brings home a new wife but continues to abuse Celie.

    Shug falls ill and Mr. ______ takes her into his house. Shug is initially rude to Celie, but the two women become friends as Celie takes charge of nursing Shug. Celie finds herself infatuated with Shug and attracted to her sexually. Frustrated with Harpo’s consistent attempts to subordinate her, Sofia moves out, taking her children. Several months later, Harpo opens a juke joint where Shug sings nightly. Celie grows confused over her feelings toward Shug.

    Alice Walker’s  The Color Purple  follows the personal and spiritual growth of an impregnated and abused African American girl in the South. Celie finds her voice and personal identity over the years. As such, the work does function as a feminist novel. However, its deeper thematic elements offer an alternative approach to spirituality. What follows is a literary criticism paper I once wrote for an undergraduate course in American Literature. Alice Walker’s book just also happens to be one of my most favorite novels.

    The following comment appeared on last week’s book review of Finding Mother : “You really dig deep and bring out things many readers wouldn’t know how to articulate.” Needless to say, those types of comments please me immensely. After all, I’ve put years into studying the craft of writing. Granted this piece is long, but it does allow a glimpse into writing literary criticism. By comparison, my bi-weekly book reviews are a piece of cake!

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    User1491983455 18 Jan 2017 07:29

    I think it''''''''s important to specify that her abuse was psychological, emotional, physical, and sexual. Rape is one of the most traumatic crimes committed and I''''''''m certain it contributed to her sense of powerlessness and low self-esteem and feelings of worthlessness and her revulsion towards sex. Both her husband and her father raped her repeatedly. It''''''''s important.

    There''''''''s no note of sexuality here, which is also important. Celie was raped repeatedly by Mr., her husband, and her step-father. She grew numb to it, which can happen with repeated abuse especially when it happens so often. The only sex she ever enjoyed was the completely consensual and compassionate time she shared with Shug. That makes Celie possibly gay/lesbian/bisexual/queer, or even asexual because she wasn''''''''t actually concerned about the act but more the emotional attachment and connection with Shug. Without any other positive sexual ex. Read more

    The Color Purple is a musical with a book by Marsha Norman and music and lyrics by Stephen Bray , Brenda Russell , and Allee Willis. Based on the 1982 novel by Alice Walker , the show follows the journey of Celie, an African-American woman in the American South from the early to mid-20th century.

    The original Broadway production ran from 2005 to 2008, earning eleven Tony Award nominations in 2006. An enthusiastically acclaimed Broadway revival opened in late 2015 and ran through early 2017, winning two 2016 Tony Awards —including Best Revival of a Musical.

    Spoiler alert: The Color Purple isn't actually about the color purple. Sure, it gets mentioned here and there , but if you're hoping this will be a book about all things purple in the world, you're probably better off checking out the classic children's book, Purple.

    This novel features a bit more than pictures of grapes, eggplants, and that weird McDonald's character. It stars Celie, a poor black woman in the rural South, and follows her through about thirty years of her life—from repeated sexual abuse by her father as a young girl to even more abuse at the hands of her husband as an adult.

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    whitedog170 18 Jan 2017 09:13

    I think it''''''''''''''''s important to specify that her abuse was psychological, emotional, physical, and sexual. Rape is one of the most traumatic crimes committed and I''''''''''''''''m certain it contributed to her sense of powerlessness and low self-esteem and feelings of worthlessness and her revulsion towards sex. Both her husband and her father raped her repeatedly. It''''''''''''''''s important.

    There''''''''''''''''s no note of sexuality here, which is also important. Celie was raped repeatedly by Mr., her husband, and her step-father. She grew numb to it, which can happen with repeated abuse especially when it happens so often. The only sex she ever enjoyed was the completely consensual and compassionate time she shared with Shug. That makes Celie possibly gay/lesbian/bisexual/queer, or even asexual because she wasn''''''''''''''''t actually concerned about the act but more the emotional attachment and connection with Shug. Without any other positive sexual ex. Read more

    The Color Purple is a musical with a book by Marsha Norman and music and lyrics by Stephen Bray , Brenda Russell , and Allee Willis. Based on the 1982 novel by Alice Walker , the show follows the journey of Celie, an African-American woman in the American South from the early to mid-20th century.

    The original Broadway production ran from 2005 to 2008, earning eleven Tony Award nominations in 2006. An enthusiastically acclaimed Broadway revival opened in late 2015 and ran through early 2017, winning two 2016 Tony Awards —including Best Revival of a Musical.

    Spoiler alert: The Color Purple isn''t actually about the color purple. Sure, it gets mentioned here and there , but if you''re hoping this will be a book about all things purple in the world, you''re probably better off checking out the classic children''s book, Purple.

    This novel features a bit more than pictures of grapes, eggplants, and that weird McDonald''s character. It stars Celie, a poor black woman in the rural South, and follows her through about thirty years of her life—from repeated sexual abuse by her father as a young girl to even more abuse at the hands of her husband as an adult.

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    ticklishbird793 17 Jan 2017 22:33

    I think it''s important to specify that her abuse was psychological, emotional, physical, and sexual. Rape is one of the most traumatic crimes committed and I''m certain it contributed to her sense of powerlessness and low self-esteem and feelings of worthlessness and her revulsion towards sex. Both her husband and her father raped her repeatedly. It''s important.

    There''s no note of sexuality here, which is also important. Celie was raped repeatedly by Mr., her husband, and her step-father. She grew numb to it, which can happen with repeated abuse especially when it happens so often. The only sex she ever enjoyed was the completely consensual and compassionate time she shared with Shug. That makes Celie possibly gay/lesbian/bisexual/queer, or even asexual because she wasn''t actually concerned about the act but more the emotional attachment and connection with Shug. Without any other positive sexual ex. Read more

    The Color Purple is a musical with a book by Marsha Norman and music and lyrics by Stephen Bray , Brenda Russell , and Allee Willis. Based on the 1982 novel by Alice Walker , the show follows the journey of Celie, an African-American woman in the American South from the early to mid-20th century.

    The original Broadway production ran from 2005 to 2008, earning eleven Tony Award nominations in 2006. An enthusiastically acclaimed Broadway revival opened in late 2015 and ran through early 2017, winning two 2016 Tony Awards —including Best Revival of a Musical.

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    yellowladybug304 18 Jan 2017 05:04

    I think it''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s important to specify that her abuse was psychological, emotional, physical, and sexual. Rape is one of the most traumatic crimes committed and I''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''m certain it contributed to her sense of powerlessness and low self-esteem and feelings of worthlessness and her revulsion towards sex. Both her husband and her father raped her repeatedly. It''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s important.

    There''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s no note of sexuality here, which is also important. Celie was raped repeatedly by Mr., her husband, and her step-father. She grew numb to it, which can happen with repeated abuse especially when it happens so often. The only sex she ever enjoyed was the completely consensual and compassionate time she shared with Shug. That makes Celie possibly gay/lesbian/bisexual/queer, or even asexual because she wasn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t actually concerned about the act but more the emotional attachment and connection with Shug. Without any other positive sexual ex. Read more

    The Color Purple is a musical with a book by Marsha Norman and music and lyrics by Stephen Bray , Brenda Russell , and Allee Willis. Based on the 1982 novel by Alice Walker , the show follows the journey of Celie, an African-American woman in the American South from the early to mid-20th century.

    The original Broadway production ran from 2005 to 2008, earning eleven Tony Award nominations in 2006. An enthusiastically acclaimed Broadway revival opened in late 2015 and ran through early 2017, winning two 2016 Tony Awards —including Best Revival of a Musical.

    Spoiler alert: The Color Purple isn''''t actually about the color purple. Sure, it gets mentioned here and there , but if you''''re hoping this will be a book about all things purple in the world, you''''re probably better off checking out the classic children''''s book, Purple.

    This novel features a bit more than pictures of grapes, eggplants, and that weird McDonald''''s character. It stars Celie, a poor black woman in the rural South, and follows her through about thirty years of her life—from repeated sexual abuse by her father as a young girl to even more abuse at the hands of her husband as an adult.

    Celie , the protagonist and narrator of The Color Purple , is a poor, uneducated, fourteen-year-old black girl living in rural Georgia. Celie starts writing letters to God because her father, Alphonso, beats and rapes her. Alphonso has already impregnated Celie once. Celie gave birth to a girl, whom her father stole and presumably killed in the woods. Celie has a second child, a boy, whom her father also steals. Celie’s mother becomes seriously ill and dies. Alphonso brings home a new wife but continues to abuse Celie.

    Shug falls ill and Mr. ______ takes her into his house. Shug is initially rude to Celie, but the two women become friends as Celie takes charge of nursing Shug. Celie finds herself infatuated with Shug and attracted to her sexually. Frustrated with Harpo’s consistent attempts to subordinate her, Sofia moves out, taking her children. Several months later, Harpo opens a juke joint where Shug sings nightly. Celie grows confused over her feelings toward Shug.

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    Spacecolor 17 Jan 2017 23:30

    I think it''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s important to specify that her abuse was psychological, emotional, physical, and sexual. Rape is one of the most traumatic crimes committed and I''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''m certain it contributed to her sense of powerlessness and low self-esteem and feelings of worthlessness and her revulsion towards sex. Both her husband and her father raped her repeatedly. It''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s important.

    There''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s no note of sexuality here, which is also important. Celie was raped repeatedly by Mr., her husband, and her step-father. She grew numb to it, which can happen with repeated abuse especially when it happens so often. The only sex she ever enjoyed was the completely consensual and compassionate time she shared with Shug. That makes Celie possibly gay/lesbian/bisexual/queer, or even asexual because she wasn''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''t actually concerned about the act but more the emotional attachment and connection with Shug. Without any other positive sexual ex. Read more

    The Color Purple is a musical with a book by Marsha Norman and music and lyrics by Stephen Bray , Brenda Russell , and Allee Willis. Based on the 1982 novel by Alice Walker , the show follows the journey of Celie, an African-American woman in the American South from the early to mid-20th century.

    The original Broadway production ran from 2005 to 2008, earning eleven Tony Award nominations in 2006. An enthusiastically acclaimed Broadway revival opened in late 2015 and ran through early 2017, winning two 2016 Tony Awards —including Best Revival of a Musical.

    Spoiler alert: The Color Purple isn''''''''t actually about the color purple. Sure, it gets mentioned here and there , but if you''''''''re hoping this will be a book about all things purple in the world, you''''''''re probably better off checking out the classic children''''''''s book, Purple.

    This novel features a bit more than pictures of grapes, eggplants, and that weird McDonald''''''''s character. It stars Celie, a poor black woman in the rural South, and follows her through about thirty years of her life—from repeated sexual abuse by her father as a young girl to even more abuse at the hands of her husband as an adult.

    Celie , the protagonist and narrator of The Color Purple , is a poor, uneducated, fourteen-year-old black girl living in rural Georgia. Celie starts writing letters to God because her father, Alphonso, beats and rapes her. Alphonso has already impregnated Celie once. Celie gave birth to a girl, whom her father stole and presumably killed in the woods. Celie has a second child, a boy, whom her father also steals. Celie’s mother becomes seriously ill and dies. Alphonso brings home a new wife but continues to abuse Celie.

    Shug falls ill and Mr. ______ takes her into his house. Shug is initially rude to Celie, but the two women become friends as Celie takes charge of nursing Shug. Celie finds herself infatuated with Shug and attracted to her sexually. Frustrated with Harpo’s consistent attempts to subordinate her, Sofia moves out, taking her children. Several months later, Harpo opens a juke joint where Shug sings nightly. Celie grows confused over her feelings toward Shug.

    Alice Walker’s  The Color Purple  follows the personal and spiritual growth of an impregnated and abused African American girl in the South. Celie finds her voice and personal identity over the years. As such, the work does function as a feminist novel. However, its deeper thematic elements offer an alternative approach to spirituality. What follows is a literary criticism paper I once wrote for an undergraduate course in American Literature. Alice Walker’s book just also happens to be one of my most favorite novels.

    The following comment appeared on last week’s book review of Finding Mother : “You really dig deep and bring out things many readers wouldn’t know how to articulate.” Needless to say, those types of comments please me immensely. After all, I’ve put years into studying the craft of writing. Granted this piece is long, but it does allow a glimpse into writing literary criticism. By comparison, my bi-weekly book reviews are a piece of cake!

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    User1490150831 18 Jan 2017 05:26

    I think it''''s important to specify that her abuse was psychological, emotional, physical, and sexual. Rape is one of the most traumatic crimes committed and I''''m certain it contributed to her sense of powerlessness and low self-esteem and feelings of worthlessness and her revulsion towards sex. Both her husband and her father raped her repeatedly. It''''s important.

    There''''s no note of sexuality here, which is also important. Celie was raped repeatedly by Mr., her husband, and her step-father. She grew numb to it, which can happen with repeated abuse especially when it happens so often. The only sex she ever enjoyed was the completely consensual and compassionate time she shared with Shug. That makes Celie possibly gay/lesbian/bisexual/queer, or even asexual because she wasn''''t actually concerned about the act but more the emotional attachment and connection with Shug. Without any other positive sexual ex. Read more

    The Color Purple is a musical with a book by Marsha Norman and music and lyrics by Stephen Bray , Brenda Russell , and Allee Willis. Based on the 1982 novel by Alice Walker , the show follows the journey of Celie, an African-American woman in the American South from the early to mid-20th century.

    The original Broadway production ran from 2005 to 2008, earning eleven Tony Award nominations in 2006. An enthusiastically acclaimed Broadway revival opened in late 2015 and ran through early 2017, winning two 2016 Tony Awards —including Best Revival of a Musical.