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Alice Walker

Author: Harold Bloom
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : Chelsea House Publishers, ©2000.
Series: Bloom's major novelists.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
History
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Alice Walker.
Philadelphia, Pa. : Chelsea House Publishers, ©2000
(DLC) 99014577
(OCoLC)40939947
Named Person: Alice Walker; Alice Walker
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Harold Bloom
ISBN: 0585249105 9780585249100
OCLC Number: 44963911
Description: 1 online resource (83 pages).
Contents: Biography of Alice Walker --
Plot summary of Meridian --
List of characters in Meridian --
Critical views on Meridian : Marge Piercy on Meridian's saintly progress --
New Yorker on the philosophy of Meridian --
Michael G. Cooke on Walker's vision of the just person --
Peter Erickson on the relationship between mother and daughter --
Deborah E. McDowell on race and gender roles --
Carol Rumens on racial equality and sexual justice --
Thadious M. Davis on the creation of a personal identity --
Barbara Christian on the myth of black motherhood --
Susan Willis on the radical potential of language --
John F. Callahan on the idea of revolution --
John F. Callahan on the aura of voice --
Plot summary of The color purple --
List of characters in The color purple --
Critical views on The color purple --
Gloria Steinem on storytelling style --
Peter S. Prescott on redemptive love --
Mel Watkins on folk voice --
Robert Towers on the rhythms of dialect --
Dinitia Smith on the Southern fictional tradition --
Elizabeth Bartelme on growth and change --
Trudier Harris on the myth of the American Dream --
Bettye J. Parker-Smith on sovereign women --
George Stade on women and men --
Gerald Early on ideological failure --
Richard Wesley on black men --
Darryl Pinckney on the liberating bonds between black women --
Deborah E. McDowell on the linguistic experience --
Bell Hooks on the erotic metaphysic.
Series Title: Bloom's major novelists.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.

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