Critical Essays on Alice Walker

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Index
Abrams, M.H., 187
Africa, 31n1, 33, 45, 47-49, 77, 79n1, 84, 85, 86, 100, 167, 194, 200-202
African worldview, 9, 127, 128, 137n2
Africans, 33-34, 46, 47, 48-49, 50-51, 77, 84-86, 120, 137n2, 201
African Art in Motion, 5
African Images: Glimpses From a Tiger's Back," 84, 200
Africanism(s), 22, 31n1
Alice Walker: Critical Perspectives Past and Present, 83
Amadi, Elechi, 5, 28
American Book Award, 83
American Dream, 86-87, 88
The American Kaleidoscope: Race, Ethnicity, and the Civic Culture, 88-89
ancestors, 22, 23, 26, 29, 76, 110, 111, 122
anima/animus, 134
Ansa, Tina McElroy, 77
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 84
Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 83
Art,
for art's sake, 28
high mimetic, 198-99
low mimetic, 9-10, 198-99, 206n2&3
"Attentiveness," 206n5
Austen, Jane, 188
autotelic self, 5, 205
Awkward, Michael, 123n3
Baker, Houston, 31n2, 34
Bakhtin, Mikhail, 29
Baldwin, James, 25, 27
Ballad of the Brown Girl," 199
Baraka, Imamu Amiri, 67
Barthes, Roland, 191
Bauer, Margaret D., 29, 31n6, 172
Baym, Nina, 141, 143, 145
The Beginning of (Wo)man in Africa," 76
Beloved, 23, 27
Bergson, Henri, 185
Biocriticism, 17
bisexualism, 105
Black Capitalism Re-Analyzed I: June 5, 1971," 87
Black-Eyed Susans, 5, 72, 177
Black Feminist Thought: Knowledge, Consciousness, and the Politics of Empowerment, 93
Black Liberation Movement, 67
black madonna, 119
Black Mail," 180
Black Nationalists, 7
Black Panther Party, 87
Black Power Movement, 70, 90
Blassingame, John, 33
Bobo, Jacqueline, 7, 176
Bradley, David, 171, 177, 178
Bread and Wine, 137
Breaking Chains and Encouraging Life," 150n1
bricolage, 168
Bronte, Charlotte and Emily, 2, 108
Brown, Tony, 160
Brown, Rosellen, 98
Brown v. Board of Education, 22
Brownley, Martine Watson, 55, 56, 57, 59

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