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outline week 8 for research paper

outline week 8 for research paper - 2 inner self C Times of...

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Maggie Rold Outline Week 8 Thesis: In The Color Purple, Alice Walker is able to portray her views to the world on life, women, faith, love, and happiness through letters reflecting on the lives of different people and their cultures. I. Intro: A. Background of Alice Walker? (Part 2) B. Thesis II. Alice Walker A. Portrays life to the reader 1. struggles a. sexism b. racism c. poverty 2. strengths a. family b. community c. self-worth d. spirituality B. Childhood 1. family
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2. shot in eye C. College and 60’s 1. degree 2. active in Civil Rights movement III. Women A. “Womanist to feminist” B. African American women 1. past and present 2. similarities and differences C. Why Walker’s focus D. Lesbian affairs 1. friendships 2. hardships IV. God-Religion A. God in church 1. folks share God 2. white long hair and big and tall B. Finding God 1. Shug’s point of view
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Unformatted text preview: 2. inner self C. Times of difficulty vs. times of happiness D. How culture plays a part 1. Olinkan/ African views 2. white folks views V. Love A. Family 1. Distant love 2. Hidden love 3. Love that takes time B. Friends 1. Shug 2. Olinkas C. Walkers view 1. share the planet, rather than divide it. 2. love for family and friends of different ethnicity VI. Happiness A. Finding peace 1. with people 2. with past 3. with self B. Finding confidence 1. in self 2. in others 3. in future C. Dont give up, devotion 1. Shug a. strong, confident b. able to love 2. Celie a. found God within b. able to love Shug c. writes Nettie 3. Nettie a. becomes part of a family b. learns c. finds love in husband and children d. writes Celie VII. Conclusion...
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