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One might think that Shug would dedicate her song to Mr

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One might think that Shug would dedicate her song to Mr._______ , to Albert, since he was the one  who came and got her and arranged for her to be nursed back to life, but Shug doesn't do the  "expected." She gives credit where it is due — to Celie. Shug is an intense, soulful woman full of fire  and candor, and she knows whom to appreciate. Once more, Harpo is puzzled. He realizes that  Shug does what she wants to do and that she "forgit about polite." In these letters, we see two parallel sequences of "awakening." Earlier, Celie helped Shug awaken to  life again, and now, Celie helps transform the naked woman whom she bathed to be "clothed" again  in her "stage self," the Queen Honeybee. This transformation takes some time because a good deal 
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