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Alice Walker’s: The Color Purple: A Reader’s Companion

Nandita Sinha (Editor)
Synopsis Alice Walker stands as one of the most significant contemporary black American women writers and a pioneering literary figure. Her focus in her poetry, essays, short stories, novels, documentaries and feature films has been on feminist issues within the black community. She has also been a courageous spokesperson on issues that affect women worldwide, particularly male oppression through female circumcision. She has won many literary awards, including the Pulitzer Prize in 1983 for The Color Purple, the first African-American to win the Prize. The present book offers a detailed study of Alice Walker as a novelist, focusing on her novel The Color Purple. Divided into two sections, it has a unique framework. The first section introduces Alice Walker, with an exhaustive commentary on the novel The Color Purple by the editor Nandita Sinha; the second section contains scholarly articles by eminent critics on various aspects of the novel. The book, it is hoped, will be of immense value to the students and scholars of Afro-American literature, social history and women’s studies.
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Title Alice Walker’s: The Color Purple: A Reader’s Companion
Author Nandita Sinha
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2002
Edition 1st Ed.
Publisher Asia Book Club
Language: English
isbn 8178510073
length 256p., 23cm