Time passes, and Harpo, Mister’s son, falls in love with an assertive girl named Sofia, who becomes pregnant with Harpo’s baby and, despite initial resistance from Mister, marries Harpo. Harpo and Sofia have five more children in short order. Celie is amazed by Sofia’s defiant refusal to submit to Harpo’s attempts to control her. As Harpo is kinder and gentler than his father, Celie advises him not to dominate Sofia. Harpo temporarily follows Celie’s advice but falls back under Mister’s sway. Celie, momentarily envious of Harpo’s genuine love of Sofia, then advises Harpo to beat her. Sofia fights back, however, and confronts Celie. A guilty Celie apologizes and confides in Sofia about all the abuse she suffers at Mister’s hands. She also begins to consider Sofia’s advice about defending herself against further abuse from Mister.
The color purple quotes with page numbers, Lots of children at larger classes cannot handle the pressure of studies mainly because they don't know the exact procedure or method of learning because their preschool learning had been very much mechanical and flat.