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Critical Essay by Susan Willis

SOURCE: "Alice Walker's Women," in Specifying: Black Women Writing the American Experience, The University of Wisconsin Press, 1987, pp. 110-28.

In the following essay, Willis discusses the women of Walker's fiction, in particular Meridian, and their relationship to their history and community. She asserts that revolution can only succeed when an individual commits herself to the community.

      Be nobody's darling
      Be an outcast.
      Take the contradictions
      Of your life
 
      And wrap around
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