Friday, February 8, 2019
Oranges are Not the Only Fruit and the two letters in The Color Purple
Oranges argon Not the lone(prenominal) Fruit and the two garner in The Color PurpleThe Chapter Joshua in Oranges are Not the Only Fruit and the twoletters in The Color Purple, where Sofia returns and later getsviciously punished for her confrontation, twain explore fundamentalissues that characterize a clump of the essence of both novels as awhole. At the heart of both of these two scratchs is the creative thinker offighting for the accuracy and facing the consequences. Although Orangesare not the Only Fruit is written in a retrospective wakeful and TheColor Purple in epistolary and consecutively in chronological order,there are similarities within the two styles, they use similartechniques in getting across certain issues. The novels use the peoplearound Jeanette and Celie to mother oppression and hope.Janets church people and mother have found step up about her unnaturalpassions for Melanie. To them their sound judgement at its wrongs andsinfulness is not opinion but fac t. Thus for Janets admit benefitthey lock her up with no food or light, inflicting an exorcism on her.They believe she is demon have and want to rid her of the evil.In this period of confinement, Jeanette questions her sexuality andits wrongs. She states Can get laid really belong to the demon. Sherealizes that her feelings are not from external influences, but sort of from herself. - If they want to get at my demon theyll haveto get me. She is controlled with the idea of the church, and at thesame time the naturalness she feels with the feelings Demons areevil, arent they? She then goes on to say But in the Bible youkeep getting determined out. - Dont believe all you read. This initself is addressing the idea of oppression from the chu... ...d this givesway to the minutes in the novel as a whole. In The Color Purple,we are left with Celie caring for Sofia who has been so brutally tothe ground. Sofia was imprisoned and left to caseful the circumstancesfor standing up for what is right. She is thus a heroine in her ownright and is an example for Celie. Jeanette was imprisoned (exorcism)and came out of it knowing that she was going to go under up a fight forher own truth and to face the circumstances.In Oranges are Not the Only Fruit as a whole, the Joshua sectionstands for truth and Jeanette decides to fight and this indicates thefuture progression of the novel. In The Color Purple, Celie sees truthbeing fought for and the result of this fight. These gives herdetermination and if washbasin fight like that, she can at least fightagainst male patriarchal Oppression and her bed for Slug.