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1 What Did the Olinka Think about American Women? Was that an accurate View of the time? What does this say about the condition of Olinka women? The Olinka have opinions that women shouldn’t be educated, weren’t respected and were treated as tramps It was an accurate view at the time. This implies that the Olinka women were more respected, and that they were seen as actual human beings, not second class citizens

2 Why doesn’t Nettie like the Olinka’s attitude toward Slavery? Why did Nettie want them to take some responsibility for the salve trade? Nettie doesn’t like their opinions towards the slave trade because they don’t assume any responsibility towards it. Nettie wanted them to take some responsibility because it is partially their fault. Because the Olinka complied to the Americans and still continued to give their women and men in exchange for goods.

3 Why was an English rubber factory building a road in Africa? From what international policy did this result? Because an Englishman manufacturer owned the territory. The international policy resulted from this

4 Describe the conversation between Coreen and Nettie in Chapter 66. What does Coreen suspect? Why would she think this? How did her suspicions affect her behavior? Corrine and Nettie suspects that Adam and Olivia are Nettie’s children and she thinks that her and Samuel have met before (suspects there is something between them). She suspects this because the children look a lot like Nettie. The suspicions affect her behavior because it makes Corrine act more harsh towards Nettie.

5 What did Samuel tell Nettie about her family? How does this change the lives of Nettie and Celie? Samuel tells Nettie that her dad was actually a successful shop owner, who got other white store owners jealous who ended up burning his store to the ground and lynching the man. Also, that Alphonso is actually their step- father. This changes Nettie and Celie’s lives because it is as if they have been living a lie with Alphonso.

6 Why does Celie was that God “must be sleep?” What does she mean? After finding out the truth about her family, Celie says God “must be sleep” because it is as if God not helping her after all the letters she wrote towards him.


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