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|2019.||Penguin Books||xii, 286 pages ; 21 cm|
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Central - Adult Fiction
|c1982||Harcourt Brace Jovanovich||245 p. ; 22 cm.|
Cherrydale - Adult Fiction
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|||First edition.||Amistad, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers||xxviii, 171 pages : illustration ; 22 cm||English|
13 copies, 2 people are on the wait list.
Aurora Hills - Adult Biography
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"These are the stories that came to me to be told after the close of a magical marriage to an extraordinary man that ended in a less-than-magical divorce. I found myself unmoored, unmated, ungrounded in a way that challenged everything I'd ever thought about human relationships. Situated squarely in that terrifying paradise called freedom, precipitously out on so many emotional limbs, it was as if I had been born; and in fact I was being reborn...
"A classic novel of both feminism and the Civil Rights movement" in 1960s Atlanta by the Pulitzer Prize–winning author of The Color Purple (Ms.).
As she approaches the end of her teen years, Meridian Hill has already married, divorced, and given birth to a son. She's looking for a second chance, and at a small college outside Atlanta, Georgia, in the early 1960s, Meridian discovers the civil rights movement. So
Walker's collection of early nonfiction serves as the manifesto of a young artist—and an illuminating self-portrait What is a womanist? Alice Walker sets out to define the concept in this anthology of early essays and other nonfiction pieces. As she outlines it, a womanist is a person who prefers to side with the oppressed: with women, with people of color, with the poor. As a writer, Walker has always taken such people as her primary subjects,...