Celie always wanted to know more about or talk and be with Shug, so now that she takes care of her, she admires her little features and things about her. “She got the nottiest, shortest, kinkiest hair I ever saw, and I loves every strand of it” (Walker, 56). When you are taking care of someone, you take the role of a mother or caretaker and admire the person you are taking care of. In Celie’s case, she admires Shug’s hair because it is different, and a mother is supposed to love her children for who they are and what qualities they possess.
In conclusion, I most enjoyed the plot development and character interactions because usually plot development is very bland, but Walker made it impossible to put down the book for this section as it was thoroughly entertaining and interesting while character interactions made the novel overall more vivid and relatable for the reader. I hope that Celie will be developed further and I would want her to be a happier character and hopefully she will have a change of