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Despite winning several prestigious literary awards of the day, when it first appeared, Alice Walkers The Color Purple generated critical unease over puzzling aspects of its compositions. In what, as one reviewer put it, was "clearly intended to be a realistic novel," many reviewers perceived violations of the conventions of the realistic novel form, pointing out variously that late in the book, the narrator protagonist Celie and her friends are propelled toward a happy ending with more velocity than credibility, that the letters from Nettie to her sister Celie intrude into the middle of the main action with little motivation or warrant, and that the device of Celies letters to God is especially unrealistic inasmuch as it forgoes the concretizing details that traditionally have given the epistolary novel (that is, a novel composed of letters) its peculiar verisimilitude: the ruses to enable mailing letters, the cache, and especially the letters received in return.

Indeed, the violations of realistic convention are so flagrant that they might well call into question whether The Color of Purple is indeed intended to be a realistic novel, especially since there are indications that at least some of those aspects of the novel regarded by viewers as puzzling may constitutes its links to modes of writing other than Anglo-European nineteenth-century realism. For example, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., has recently located the letters to God within an African American tradition deriving from slave narrative, a tradition in which the act of writing is linked to a powerful deity who "speaks" through scripture and bestows literacy as an act of grace. For Gates, the concern with finding a voice, which he sees as the defining feature of African American literature, links Celies letters with certain narrative aspects of Zora Neale Hurstons 1937 novel Their Eyes Were Watching God, the acknowledged predecessor of The Color Purple.

Gatess paradigm suggests how misleading it may be to assume that mainstream realist criteria are appropriate for evaluating The Color Purple. But in his preoccupation with voice as a primary element unifying both the speaking subject and the text as a whole Gates does not elucidate many of the more conventional structural features of Walkers novel. For instance, while the letters from Nettie clearly illustrate Netties acquisition of her own voice, Gatess focus on "voice" sheds little light on the place that these letters occupy in the narrative or on why the plot takes this sudden jump into geographically and culturally removed surroundings. What is needed is an evaluative paradigm that, rather than obscuring such startling structural features (which may actually be explicitly intended to undermine traditional Anglo-European novelistic conventions), confronts them, thus illuminating the deliberately provocative ways in which The Color Purple departs from the traditional models to which it has been compared.
Although trains may use energy more (i)_____ than do automobiles, the latter move only when they contain at least one occupant, whereas railway carriages spend a considerable amount of time running up and down the tracks (ii)_____, or nearly so.
Observers of modern presidential campaigns who (i)_____ the highly (ii)_____ productions that pass for campaigns these days do sometimes find reason for hope in the occasional mix-ups that (iii)_____ candidates on the trail despite the presence of political strategists plotting every event with the tactical precision of military commanders.
His _____ character enables him to work with people who often hold sometimes even conflict views.
When delivering 104 total pieces of newspaper for a community, the number of households that subscribe to 3 pieces of newspaper is twice as many as the number of household that subscribe to 1 piece of newspaper, while the number of households that subscribe to 2 pieces of newspaper is three times as many as the number of household that subscribe to 1 piece of newspaper. What is the number of households that subscribe to 2 pieces of newspaper?
y > 1,001

#### Quantity A

$\sqrt[3]{y}$

#### Quantity B

$\frac{y}{100}$

In a right isosceles triangle, the area of the shaded region is 44,BD=CE=4,and AC=AB,what is the length of AC?

Q is the center of the circle.

QA=$\frac{3}{2}$QE
n=75, m=50

#### Quantity A

The length of arc ACB

#### Quantity B

The length of arc EDF

The tick marks shown on the number line are evenly spaced. Points D and E have coordinates of $4^{10}$ and $4^{11}$, respectively. The point that has a coordinate of $4^{9}$ is?
x and y are both integers If 4 ≤ x < 7 < y ≤ 12, then whats the range of $(x-y)^{2}$?
A normal distribution of variable X has a mean of 56 and a standard deviation of 4.

#### Quantity A

The percentage of variable X ranging from 60 to 62

#### Quantity B

The percentage of variable X ranging from 62 to 64

There are 5!, or 120, ways of arranging 5 different solid-colored flags side by side. If the colors of the flags are red, blue, yellow, green, and orange, how many of those arrangements have either the red flag or the blue flag in the middle position?
If one number is chosen at random from the first 1,000 positive integers, what is the probability that the numbe r chosen has at least one digit with the number 6?
If -1< y < 0, what is the relationship between y, $y^{2}$, $y^{3}$, and $y^{4}$?
What is the units digit of $23^{25}$-23?

#### Quantity A

The number of positive factors of 87

#### Quantity B

The number of positive factors of 97

How many integers from 1 to 2,000, inclusive, are both the square of an integer and the cube of an integer?
n > 2
List M={2, n, n, n}
List N={2, 2, 2, n}

#### Quantity A

The standard deviation of List M

#### Quantity B

The standard deviation of List N

A box contains 6 cards, numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6, respectively. If one of the 6 cards is to be selected at random, what is the probability that the number on the card selected will be greater than 3, or even, or both?

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