- 1 Where did Nettie go in the color purple?
- 2 What does Nettie think of Africa?
- 3 What does Nettie represent in the color purple?
- 4 What did Nettie learn from reading about Africa?
- 5 Who married Nettie?
- 6 Is Nettie abused in the color purple?
- 7 Why was Corrine so upset with Nettie?
- 8 Why does Nettie feel sorry for Corrine?
- 9 What internal conflicts does Nettie encounter in Africa?
- 10 Is Nettie dead in the color purple?
- 11 What Nettie thinks about herself?
- 12 What was wrong with Shug Avery in The Color Purple?
- 13 Why is it important that Nettie’s Exile takes place in Africa?
- 14 Why does Nettie keep writing Celie even though Albert is intercepting her letters?
- 15 How did Nettie help Celie?
Where did Nettie go in the color purple?
Nettie seeks refuge with a minister and his wife, who adopted Celie’s children. She ends up going to Africa with them as a missionary.
What does Nettie think of Africa?
The reason she is in Africa is that another missionary could not go. Nettie feels quite lonely, so lonely that she cannot even talk to God about it. When she does not write to Celie, she feels as bad as if she is failing to pray. Nettie has gone to build a school in the middle of Africa.
What does Nettie represent in the color purple?
Nettie is the person who ultimately brings up Celie’s illegitimate children, Olivia and Adam, indicating her sense of responsibility.
What did Nettie learn from reading about Africa?
On the trip to Africa, a spot opened up for Nettie after one of the women that planned to go became married and her husband refused to let her go. Nettie learns that the first people were from Africa in her studies and is revealed to that all those in thee bible are black as well. 34.
Who married Nettie?
After some 30 years apart, Celie is then reunited with Nettie, who has married Samuel. Celie also meets her long-lost children.
Is Nettie abused in the color purple?
Nettie got abused by Mr. Albert saying she has dead without thinking she is still alive, this is one of verbal oppression.
Why was Corrine so upset with Nettie?
They destroy village homes and crops and force the Olinka to start paying rent on their own land since the company claims the Olinka no longer own it. Corrine continues to fear that Nettie is encroaching upon her family and threatening her identity as a wife and mother.
Why does Nettie feel sorry for Corrine?
Nettie feels sorry both for Corrine and Olivia and Adam. The village is due to be planted soon with rubber trees and the Olinka hunting grounds have been destroyed, so that the men have to travel farther to catch food.
What internal conflicts does Nettie encounter in Africa?
Nettie has to deal with being away from Celie, while located in Africa, making her conflict internal. Nettie and Celie stay in touch through their letters but Nettie still misses Celie a lot. “When I don’t write to you I feel as bad as I do when I don’t pray” (Walker 130).
Is Nettie dead in the color purple?
Shug returns with a new husband, Grady. Despite her marriage, Shug instigates a sexual relationship with Celie, and the two frequently share the same bed. One night Shug asks Celie about her sister. Celie assumes Nettie is dead because she had promised to write to Celie but never did.
What Nettie thinks about herself?
As an educated, intelligent woman, Nettie is quite self-sufficient. Unmarried for the majority of the book, Nettie never judges her personal worth in relation to men. Although the Olinka men in Africa think very little of Nettie because she isn’t married, Nettie feels pleased with her life.
What was wrong with Shug Avery in The Color Purple?
Summary. Shug Avery is sick, likely due to a sexually transmitted disease, and no one in the town will take her in. Both her mother and father say that Shug’s promiscuity has gotten her what she deserves.
Why is it important that Nettie’s Exile takes place in Africa?
Is it important that Nettie’s exile took place in Africa? The depiction of Africa through Nettie’s eyes is a vital piece of this novel. This piece of the book is ironic because Africa is Nettie’s home land so she should feel most at home there, yet she feels like an outsider.
Why does Nettie keep writing Celie even though Albert is intercepting her letters?
Celie tells God that she finally holds a letter from Nettie. She is aware that Albert has probably been hiding her letters from Celie, but she counts on the sentiment associated with Christmas and Easter to perhaps soften his fierce resolve to punish both her and Celie by keeping her letters from Celie.
How did Nettie help Celie?
Nettie runs away from her fathers house and she is unexpectedly reunited with Celie. Nettie helps with the day to day chores that Mr. ___ assigns Celie and also helps Celie with her studies and reading skills. Celie appreciates how much Nettie believes in her.