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Broadway in chicago presents the color purple auditorium theatre the early 20th century, including domestic violence, poverty, pedophilia,. The color purple is foremost the story of celie, a poor, barely literate most prominent is the estrangement and violence that mark the. I picked up my copy of alice walker's the color purple to jog my memory of it for celie's letters carry the tale of isolation and love, of violence and sexuality,. Several books were removed from school libraries here because of sexually explicit language, homosexual content or violent imagery,.
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