On Being Female Black Free: Margaret Walker 1932-1992

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These highly personal essays, written over the course of six decades, reveal the woman as well as the artist, capturing the independent creative spirit of this literary icon. In accessible and stirring prose, Walker speaks directly about her own experiences - such as growing up in a deeply religious home, living in the Jim Crow South, marrying and raising a family, and becoming a civil rights activist. These essays also offer Walker's critical perspectives on a wide range of topics, from the role of the black woman artist ...

On Being Female Black Free: Margaret Walker 1932-1992 1997, Univ Tennessee Press

ISBN-13: 9780870499814

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