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Primary Sources: People - American Women: Walker, Alice
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Online Sources: Alice Walker
Alice Walker - The Official Website
Alice Walker : A Conversation with Alice Walker
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Alice Walker discusses her life from her childhood in rural Georgia to her present home in northern California. She also speaks on contemporary America, the "womanist" perspective, and reads from her poetry.
Works by Alice Walker in the Trible Library
Whoopi Goldberg on hearing about Alice Walker's book, The Color Purple
Book Sources: Alice Walker
A selection of books/e-books available in Trible Library.
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Alice Walker Banned
Alice Walker; Patricia Holt (Introduction by)
Call Number: PS3573.A425 A6 1996
Publication Date: 1996-06-01
Anything We Love Can Be Saved
Call Number: PS3573.A425 B45 1997
The Color Purple: A Novel
Call Number: PS3573.A425 C6 1982
A Conversation with Alice Walker
Call Number: PS3573.A425 Z564 2004
Gathering Blossoms under Fire: The Journals of Alice Walker 1965-2000
Alice Walker; Valerie Boyd (Editor)
Call Number: PS3573.A425 Z46 2022
In Love & Trouble : Stories of Black Women
Call Number: PS3573.A425 I5 1973
Living by the Word: Selected Writings, 1973-1987
Call Number: PS3573.A425 A6 1988
Now Is the Time to Open Your Heart: A Novel
Call Number: PS3573.A425 N69 2004
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