Alice Walker


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Noun1.Alice Walker - United States writer (born in 1944)
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This work for undergraduate students and scholars focuses on the philosophical thought of novelist and poet Alice Walker.
Olivia Alice Walker, from Halewood, was a pupil at Bluebell Park, in Kirkby.
Built in the 1940s by the late Norman and Alice Walker, Jagger Hill Farm is now occupied by their great granddaughter Donna Walker, shown left, and her partner Stewart Clarkson.
NEW YORK -- Along with writing novels, stories, poems and essays, Alice Walker has been keeping a diary.
Toward a womanist homiletic; Katie Cannon, Alice Walker and emancipatory proclamation.
Alice Walker (author); THE CUSHION IN THE ROAD; The New Press (Nonfiction: Essays) 26.
THE CHICKEN CHRONICLES: A MEMOIR BY ALICE WALKER (Phoenix, pounds 7.
In this study, I wish to substantiate the thesis that in some of her poems, "Diary of an African Nun," and The Color Purple, Alice Walker presents more positive portraits of African cultures than most of her predecessors.
Alice Walker came from a sharecropper background, is blind in one eye, and grew up during the Civil Rights Movement: her biography and literary works are revealed in Gerri Bates' Alice Walker: A Critical Companion (0313320241 $39.
Giving tribute to living women like Alice Walker, Nancy Wilson, Oprah herself, Nikki Giovanni, Toni Morrison, Aretha Franklin, and others, the qualities of bravery, magic, and sensuality are evoked.
There Is a Flower at the Tip of My Nose Smelling Me by Alice Walker Illustrations by Stefano Vitale HarperCollins Children's Books May 2006 $16.
We learned she had given birth to a son in her early 20s and now had a girlfriend--first choreographer Winifred Harris and later Rebecca Walker, the gifted writer and daughter of Alice Walker.