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  • The Color Purple
     // Magill Book Reviews;  

    The life story of a poor, black woman in rural Georgio in the first half of this century brings alive issues which concern us today. This best-seller offers a rich literary experience. Highly recommended. Winner of 1982 Pulitzer Prize and American Book Award for Fiction.

  • Book reviews: Fiction.
    Rogers, Michael // Library Journal; 7/1/1992, Vol. 117 Issue 12, p132 

    Reviews the novel `The Color Purple,` by Alice Walker.

  • General Editor's Preface.
    Meyer, Michael J. // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, preceding p4 

    An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses articles about the book "The Color Purple" by Alice Walker.

  • July 1 event with Alice Walker at new venue.
    Meyer, Michael J. // Windy City Times; 6/26/2013, Vol. 28 Issue 38, p70 

    The article offers information on the Women and Children First book reading event featuring Alice Walker, author of the book "The Color Purple," to be held on July 1, 2013 at the First Free Church in Chicago, Illinois.

  • Humor, subjectivity, resistance: The case of laughter in The Color Purple.
    Taylor, Carol Anne // Texas Studies in Literature & Language; Winter94, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p462 

    Discusses the use of laughter in Alice Walker's novel `The Color Purple.' Representation of oppression in literature; Merger of the subjectivities of Walker's characters; Sharing of the characters' capacity for humorous rapport; Presentation of humor in the characters' dialogue.

  • Books: The Color Purple.
    Decarnin, Camilla // Advocate; 4/14/83, Issue 365, p39 

    Reviews the book 'The Color Purple,' by Alice Walker.

  • Southern Jewish Life.
    Brook, Larry // Southern Jewish Life; Aug2011, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p3 

    The author opposes the public stand made by Alice Walker, author of the book "The Color Purple" regarding her participation in the flotilla to bring letters of solidarity to the people of Gaza. Walker claims that her participation in the flotilla is a reverential tribute to all Jews who came to...

  • Race and domesticity in The Color Purple.
    Selzer, Linda // African American Review; Spring95, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p67 

    Discusses race and domesticity in Alice Walker's novel `The Color Purple.' Domestic perspective of narrators; Articulation of kinship trope for race relations; Criticism of missionary work.

  • Deity, Distortion and Destruction.
    Gregory, Norma J. // Black Theology: An International Journal; Oct2013, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p363 

    A literary criticism of the book "The Color Purple," by Alice Walker is presented. It states that the book offers a distorted, confused presentation of God, which is attributable to the inability of people to understand the deity of suffering and destruction. It states that the God in "The Color...

  • 'The Color Purple' finally released as an e-book.
    Italie, Hilel // Charlotte Post; 9/22/2011, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p5B 

    The article reports on the release of Alice Walker's 1983 Pulitzer Prize winner "The Color Purple" as an e-book through Open Road Integrated Media, which came with other titles like "The Temple of My Familiar" and "Possessing the Secret of Joy."

    Proudfit, Charles L. // Contemporary Literature; Spring91, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p12 

    Focuses on the publication of 'The Color Purple' by Alice Walker. Criticisms on the book The Color Purple; Interpretations of the book; Highlights of the book.

  • The Year in Books.
    Proudfit, Charles L. // Bookmarks (15460657); Mar/Apr2013, Issue 63, p64 

    The article lists award-winning and notable books in 1983 including "The Color Purple, "by Alice Walker, "Is There No Place on Earth for Me?," by Susan Sheehan and Robert M. Coles, and "Jane Fonda's Workout Book," by Jane Fonda.

  • Alice Walker: (b. 1944).
    Proudfit, Charles L. // At Home on This Earth: Two Centuries of U.S. Women's Nature Writ; 2002, p291 

    Alice Walker calls herself a womanist and an earthling, choosing to identify with women's culture and with the "beautiful mother" from whom we come and to whom we all eventually return. Asserting that our species doesn't stand much of a chance unless we do something really different, she has...

  • Alice Walker refuses to authorize Hebrew version of The Color Purple.
    Proudfit, Charles L. // New Jersey Jewish News; 6/21/2012, Vol. 66 Issue 25, p37 

    The article reports on author Alice Walker who has refused to authorize the Hebrew translation of her prize winning book "The Color Purple."

    DEHGHANI, MAHDI // Journal of Research in Gender Studies; 2014, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p448 

    This article is an attempt to show the concepts of identity and religion in The Color Purple. Alice Walker tries to reveal the position of Afro-American people in the contemporary world. The issues facing the African-American race in regards to their racial, national, and sexual identities seem...

  • FYI.
    DEHGHANI, MAHDI // Gay & Lesbian Times; 2/10/2005, Issue 894, p28 

    Focuses on Alice Walker, author of "The Color Purple".

  • Lacking policy, WV school board orders books off the shelves.
    Glick, Andrea; Olson, Renee // School Library Journal; Jan98, Vol. 44 Issue 1, p13 

    Reports the removal of `The Color Purple' and 17 other books from library shelves following a complaint filed by a parent at the Jackson County Board of Education in West Virginia. Plans for a district policy on material challenges; Reactions of school librarians on the issue.

  • The Color Purple.
    Walker, Alice // Literary Cavalcade; Jan1999, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p4 

    Presents an excerpt from the book `The Color Purple' which tells the story of a young African-American woman in a series of letters to God. INSET: I'll Make Me a World.

  • Writing from Models.
    Walker, Alice // Literary Cavalcade; Jan1999, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p32 

    Describes key ingredients to developing characters in writing, based on excerpts from the book `The Color Purple,' by Alice Walker. Physical appearance; Speech; Behavior and motivation; Response and change; Includes instructions for a writing project. INSET: Writing Project: Creating A...

  • A Searing Journey: Celie in Alice Walker's The Color Purple.
    Nair, Divya // Language in India; Jun2014, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p85 

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  • The Color Purple.
    Nair, Divya // Teen Ink; Feb2000, Vol. 11 Issue 6, p47 

    The article reviews the book "The Color Purple," by Alice Walker.

    THOMAS, MATT // Capital Xtra (Ottawa); 10/10/2013, Issue 260, p36 

    The article offers information on the author Alice Walker who is the recipient of Pulitzer Prize with her winning novel "The Color Purple" and who started writing poetry as a way of showing herself and comprehend her world in the side of poverty and racism.

  • The Color Purple: A Moral Tale.
    Mootry-Ikerionwu, Maria K. // CLA Journal; Mar1984, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p345 

    Reviews the book “The Color Purple: A Moral Tale,” by Alice Walker.

  • Towards a map of mis(sed) reading: The presence of absence in The Color Purple.
    Hall, James C. // African American Review; Spring92, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p89 

    Focuses on Alice Walker's exploration of the relationship between the emptying of literary space and the fulfillment of female identity in the novel `The Color Purple.' Presentation of a claim for `space' through the critique of patriarchal theological structures that are theocratic by...

  • Expressions of `black humor': Laughter as resistance in Alice Walker's The Color Purple and Zora...
    Woodard, Helena // Texas Studies in Literature & Language; Winter94, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p431 

    Discusses Alice Walker's views on the emergence of feminism and black expression as reflected in her search for Zora Neale Hurston's biographical and literary past. Definition of womanism; Walker's dichotomous construction of laughter and tears as presented in her novel `The Color Purple';...

  • `Looking at the Back of Your Head': Mirroring Scenes in Alice Walker's The Color Purple and Possessing the Secret of Joy.
    Pifer, Lynn; Slusser, Tricia // MELUS; Winter98, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p47 

    Scrutinizes Alice Walker's books `Possessing the Secret of Joy,' and the `The Color Purple.' Comparison of female protagonists of the two books; Application of Jacques Lacan's mirror stage theory on the character of Celie in `The Color Purple'; Description on the character Tashi's self image in...

  • "Us": Southern Black Communal Subjectivity and Male Emergence in Alice Walker's The Color Purple.
    Manora, Yolanda M. // Southern Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of the South; Fall/Winter2006, Vol. 13 Issue 3/4, p77 

    The article reviews the book "The Color Purple," by Alice Walker.

  • Cultivating Black Lesbian Shamelessness: Alice Walker's The Color Purple.
    LEWIS, CHRISTOPHER S. // Rocky Mountain Review; Fall2012, Vol. 66 Issue 2, p158 

    The article discusses Alice Walker's 1982 novel "The Color Purple" and its particular treatment of black lesbian shamelessness, which is defined by its celebration of how same-sex relationships sustain and nurture the lives of African-American women. Ways in which the awards won by the novel...

  • Reflections on The Color Purple.
    Stanley, Anna E. // Hurricane Alice; Spring1983, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p5 

    Discusses the depiction of Black women in the book "The Color Purple," by Alice Walker. Portrayal of the intricate bonding of Black women in their pain and joy; Consideration of the healing, reconciliation and blending themes among the characters; Virtues that Black women used to heal themselves...

  • Sex taboo in literary translation in China: A study of the two Chinese versions of The Color Purple.
    Ziman, Han // Babel; 2008, Vol. 54 Issue 1, p69 

    Descriptions of sexuality are of great artistic values in many literary works. While translated into Chinese, such descriptions are often deleted or euphemized. These deletions and euphemizing are mostly lauded by translation scholars in China, who believe that they are justified by the...

  • Introduction: To Follow the Hero's Journey.
    LaGrone, Kheven // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, preceding p4 

    The author ponders on the literary significance of Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize-winning book "The Color Purple." He describes the character of Celie. He considers the criticisms against the book. He explains why the book embodies personal transformation and empowerment. He addresses the...

  • We Need a Hero: African American Female Bildungsromane and Celie's Journey to Heroic Female Selfhood in Alice Walker's The Color Purple.
    Smith, Brenda R. // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, p3 

    The Color Purple is Alice Walker's response to the need for representations of heroic females in African American women's literature and in their lives. This essay analyzes Walker's crafting of modern myth, focusing on the ways in which Walker adapts and transforms the archetypal male and female...

  • Alice Walker's The Color Purple: Womanist Folk Tale and Capitalist Fairy Tale.
    Lambert, Raphaël // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, p43 

    Alice Walker's The Color Purple draws on both oral folktales and feminist tales to convey a renewed, more positive image of female characters. However, the progressiveness of Walker's story is deceptive as the story also reproduces fairytales' celebration of free-market economy and Calvinist...

  • Rendering the African-American Woman's God through The Color Purple.
    Andujo, Patricia // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, p61 

    This essay covers the development of the African-American female within the African-American literary tradition, while locating religion as a central influence of her strength, character, and dedication to her family and community. This study uses Alice Walker's The Color Purple to demonstrate...

  • God is (a) Pussy: The Pleasure Principle and Homo-Spirituality in Shug's Blueswoman Theology.
    Moore, Marlon Rachquel // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, p77 

    The writer argues that Shug Avery's theological perspectives and her multiple roles in Celie's life construct Shug as a "Blueswoman evangelist." The essay explores how Shug's evangelism facilitates Celie's spiritual growth and how her message hinges upon the acknowledgement of the spiritual...

  • Witnessing and Testifying: Transformed Language and Selves in The Color Purple.
    Huskey, R. Erin // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, p95 

    With The Color Purple, Alice Walker demonstrates that social change begins on a very personal level. By telling the stories of these characters through their letters, she offers an intensely personal and individualized engagement with the revitalization of language and form--both literary and...

  • "My Man Treats Me Like a Slave": The Triumph of Womanist Blues over Blues Violence in Alice Walker's The Color Purple.
    George, Courtney // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, p119 

    In "'My Man Treats Me Like a Slave': The Triumph of Womanist Blues over Blues Violence in Alice Walker's The Color Purple," Courtney George argues that, through the characters of Shug, Sofia, Squeak, and Celie, Walker posits a womanist blues that directly confronts the male blues perspective of...

  • Alice Walker's Revisionary Politics of Rape.
    Field, Robin E. // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, p149 

    This essay argues that Alice Walker fundamentally transforms how rape is represented in American literature through the narrative strategies and revolutionary politics portrayed in The Color Purple. This novel places readers within the rape victim's consciousness via the use of a first-person...

  • Significance of Sisterhood and Lesbianism in Fiction of Women of Color.
    Sangwan, Uplabdhi // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, p173 

    In The Color Purple Alice Walker exemplifies the idea that erotic or emotional bonds between women of color can provide them with the strength to counter the experience of marginalization arising out of their sex, race and class. The paper discusses that in The Color Purple the protagonist Celie...

  • Homeward Bound: Transformative Spaces in The Color Purple.
    Russell, Danielle // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, p195 

    "Homeward Bound: Transformative Spaces in The Color Purple," explores the intimate relationship between identity and location. The spaces that the central figure, Celie, occupies shape and reshape her character. Place is a subjective experience in Walker's novel. Identity is not fixed or static;...

  • Focalization Theory and the Epistolary Novel: A Narrative Analysis of The Color Purple.
    Ping Zhou // Dialogue (15749630); 2009, Vol. 5, p287 

    An epistolary novel is a novel written in the form of a series of letters exchanged among the characters of the story. Focalization or point of view is an important concept in narratology, referring to the choice of a perspective from which the story is told . This essay scrutinizes Alice...

  • Front Pages.
    Edwards, Lynnell // Louisville Magazine; Aug2007, Vol. 58 Issue 8, p16 

    The article presents information on writer Brian Leung's favorite books. The favorite book or author when he was about 21 was "The Color Purple," by Alice Walker. The next book, he is planning to read is "The History of Animation," by Charles Solomon. The book that he wanted to read but missed...

    SANDERS, JOSHUNDA // Bitch Magazine: Feminist Response to Pop Culture; Fall2013, Issue 60, p55 

    The article explores the legacy of poet, novelist, journalist and activist Alice Walker. In her book "In Search of Our Mother's Gardens: Womanist Prose," Walker created space for feminists of color with a visionary casting of the term womanist. Her novel, "The Color Purple," won the Pulitzer in...

    Pavel, Ecaterina // Bulletin of the Transilvania University of Brasov, Series IV: Ph; 2011, Vol. 4 Issue (53) 1, p243 

    This paper is based on the study of postcolonial theories in order to analyze and extend their characteristics, by applying them to Alice Walker's novel, "The Color Purple". There have been many approaches on the concept of hybridity, but in this paper I create a system meant to illustrate...

    Pavel, Ecaterina // New Yorker; 9/6/1982, Vol. 58 Issue 29, p106 

    The article reviews the book "The Color Purple," by Alice Walker.

  • With Alice Walker, expect the unexpected.
    Pavel, Ecaterina // Reading Today; Feb/Mar2008, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p24 

    The article focuses on Alice Walker, one known Pulitzer Prize winner of the U.S. and the author of the books "The Color Purple," "We Are the Ones We Have Been Waiting For. Inner Light in a Time of Darkness," and "Why War is Never a Good Idea." She shares that she used to write out her speeches...

  • Loving Her.
    Lester, Toni // Black Issues Book Review; May/Jun2000, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p55 

    Focuses on the books by Afro-American lesbian writers which depict Afro-American heterosexuality. Mainstream publishing opportunities for the majority of Afro-American women writers; Information on the book `The Color Purple,' by Alice Walker; Difficulties of publishing in mainstream presses.

  • The Color Purple in Retrospect: Twenty years after the debut, the film's beauty never fades.
    Davis, Bernadette Adams // Black Issues Book Review; Nov/Dec2005, Vol. 7 Issue 6, p18 

    This article focuses on the success of the film adaptation of the book "The Color Purple," by Alice Walker. Criticism on the story of the novel; Background on the film which was directed by Steven Spielberg; Focus of the novel on African American culture.

  • Alice Walker's The Color Purple: Redefining God and (Re)Claiming the Spirit Within.
    Thyreen, Jeannine // Christianity & Literature; Autumn1999, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p49 

    The article focuses on the novelist Alice Walker's book "The Color Purple." The author would like to propose that her novel grounds the spiritual/theological element so intricately in the material, physical and bodily reality of blacks (particularly women) during the first half of the twentieth...

  • Gender Violence in Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye and Alice Walker's The Color Purple.
    Tahir, Ary Syamanad // Dil ve Edebiyat Egitimi Dergisi; 2014, Vol. 2 Issue 11, p1 

    It is clear that genders determine the position of people all over the world. This truth charges genders, especially women. If they are not only females but also colored, it becomes much more difficult to live in any community. This paper is an attempt to explain and analyze the gender violence...

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