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Reading and Interpreting the Works of Alice Walker

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Growing up poor in a small town in Georgia, Alice Walker became aware of the effects of prejudice and segregation at a young age. She would later call on these early experiences when writing her most famous novel, The Color Purple. But the themes of Walker s prose and poetry extend far beyond race, including women s issues,…

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