Walker, Alice - Research Article from Feminism in Literature

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Alice Walker: Further Reading

Bibliographies

Banks, Erma Davis, ed. Alice Walker, an annotated bibliography, 1968-1986. New York: Garland Pub., 1989, 210 p.

Offers an annotated bibliography.

Bow, Leslie. Alice Malsenior Walker: An Annotated Bibliography, 1968-1986, Westport, Conn.: Meckler, 1988, 162 p.

Provides an annotated bibliography.

Criticism

Barnett, Pamela E. "'Miscegenation,' Rape, and 'Race' in Alice Walker's Meridian." Southern Quarterly 39, no. 3 (spring 2001): 65-81.

Addresses the issue of interracial rape in Meridian and explores the repercussions of the issue on African American women in the novel and in American society.

Bradley, David. "Novelist Alice Walker Telling the Black Women's Story." New York Times Book Review (8 January 1984): 25-37.

An extensive biographical profile of Walker, interspersed with critical analyses of her work.

Callaloo 12, no. 12 (spring 1989).

Special issue devoted to Walker, with essays and reviews by Theodore O. Mason Jr., Joseph A. Brown, and Keith Byerman.

Dieke, Ikenna, ed. Critical Essays on Alice Walker. Westport, Conn...

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