Art In Shakespeare's The Color Purple

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Art is discussed topic from past to present and it is in every period of history. Popova (2012) explains the art very clearly: “Art is a discovery and development of elementary principles of nature into beautiful forms suitable for human use.”(as cited in Wright, (para.4) Basically, art is one of the most important way to express emotions and ideas. Many people show their imaginations, happiness, pains or freedom with their art. Actually, there is an art inside of almost every person and they want to reflect it with different ways. Sometimes pictures are a door which opens a new world and inspires people , sometimes songs are touching to hearts which cause thinking something and sometimes movies are a magic which change people’s life and…show more content…
Actually, Celie never fought back and surrendered to men’s oppression because she thought that this will keep her alive. She capitulated this slavery system and always believed that women have to serve their husbands, fathers so on and never resist to men. Because of this, after her father sold Celie to a rich man who wants to married Celie’s sister, she never opposed neither her father nor this rich man. She tolerated every insult and humiliation and became the enemy against to her feminine characteristics. Bhuvaneswari and Jacob (2012)…show more content…
Until Celie fell in love with Shug who Celie’s husband’s lover, her life as a step-mother and wife was awful. These three women changed each other’s lives and this changing becomes a turning point for them, especially for Celie. She grasped that there are a power in her hands and if she wants, she can change life by opening her eyes inside of her feminine self. Actually, The Color Purple is a movie which holding to the mirror to society. It shows that even if many people surrender social rules and act to women like a slave, women can resist to all oppressions. The most important thing is discovering inside of feminine side and realizing to have equal rights with
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