Again everything ends well. Later, Corrine dies, finally having accepted Nettie's story. As a result, she is both emotionally and physically broken, but in the end she gains enough confidence to realize her own inner beauty and strength.
One of the ways that the barrier was eliminated was through her depiction of an imperfect black person. Womanist theory looks at the heart of a colored woman and the things in which grieves her soul. Celie then advises Nettie to seek assistance from a well-dressed black woman that she saw in the general store a while back; the woman has unknowingly adopted Olivia and was the only black woman that Celie had ever seen with money of her own.
She lives this life of slavery and assault, to one day be reunited with her sister, Nettie, in Africa.
I asked. Shug remains a gentle mentor who helps Celie evolve into an independent and assertive woman.