Friday, September 30, 2011

Celebrate the Freedom to Read: THE COLOR PURPLE

Twan Jones celebrates
THE COLOR PURPLE by Alice Walker

The Color Purple was a very intense book to read. It dealt with a wide range of topics, from incest to homosexuality, and it showed the resolve and strong will of a young woman who struggles to survive her circumstances. Celie had the ability to rise above the situations in her life, despite all the things that she had gone through.

Twan Jones, South Branch Library


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