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Epistolary novel



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Book Overview

The Color Purple is an Epistolary and Contemporary novel that takes you to the story of African American women living in early twentieth-century rural Georgia. among those girls, Celie is a poor uneducated Fourteen-year girl who starts writing letters to God because her father Alphonso sexually abuses and beats her.

The Color Purple broke the silence about the condition of women going through such domestic violence and sexual abuse as well as the novel portrays the harsh reality of pain and struggle too.

The Color Purple has won several precious awards including the National Book Award for Fiction and the 1983 Pulitzer Prize. It also gets various media adaptations like featured films in 1985 and 2023 respectively.

The book faces multiple critical acclaims from censors but in the end, it is loved by many people worldwide.

Download The Color Purple PDF book from our site and dive into the world of pain, suffering, and women’s growth, resilience and bravery.

The Color Purple PDF Details

Book Title

The Color Purple


Alice Walker



Number Of Pages

288 Pages (Original Paperback), 

254 (PDF Format)


Domestic Fiction, Epistolary novel

Originally published


Main Characters

Shug Avery, Celie, Nettie Harris, Miss Millie, Albert

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The Color Purple Author

The Color Purple is an epistolary novel written by American author, Human rights advocate and social activist Alice Walker.

Alice Walker became the first African-American woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for fiction with her most popular novel The Color Purple published in 1982.

She has written various novels based on different topics but mostly on women’s rights, and their struggles through life. Her popular novels are The Color Purple (1982), The Temple of My Familiar (1989), and Possessing the Secret of Joy (1992).

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Originally written in English, The Color Purple novel was first published in Paris, France to avoid censorship issues.

The Color Purple PDF book is available to download in English for our readers. You need to install a PDF reader to view this PDF Book on your phone.

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The Color Purple PDF FAQs

Many people found The Color Purple novel slightly hard to read as the novel was written in a different style and the author Alice Walker does not reveal much about the characters initially but with time it can easily be watched up.

The Color Purple is a short read book containing 288 pages in its Paperback edition which can be read in 8-9 hours.

Based on the theme of black Women’s struggle, pain, sexual abuse and domestic violence, the protagonist of the book Celie goes through such situations and is deeply disconnected from her life.

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