Alice Malsenior Walker: An Annotated Bibliography, 1968-1986

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Index
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Abramson, Pam, (4)
"Accident of Birth," 267
"Across the Barricades," 162
"Actresses' Varied Roads to 'The Color Purple,'" 335
Adams, Phoebe-Lou, 150
Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Afro-American Literature, 62
Afro-American and East German Fiction: A Comparative Study of Alienation, Identity, and the Development of Self, 387
Afro-American Fiction: 1853- 1976: A Guide to Information Sources, 8
Afro-American Literature in the Twentieth Century: The Achievement of Intimacy, 353
Afro-American Poetry and Drama 1760-1975, 6
Ai, (12)
"Alice Walker," (4)
"Alice Walker: The Black Woman Artist as Wayward," 349
"Alice Walker: Going Her Own Way," 38, 390
"Alice Walker: Her Mother's Gifts," (4)
"Alice Walker: Her Own Woman," 47
"Alice Walker: Poetry Celebrating Life," 376
"Alice Walker: 'The Diary of An African Nun' and DuBois' Double Consciousness," 359
"Alice Walker Addresses Students Via TV Hookup," 391
"Alice Walker and Flight 007: Personal Perspective: 2," 271
"Alice Walker Goes Home to Eatonton, Ga. for 'Color Purple' Premiere," 392
"Alice Walker Makes the Big Time With Black Folk Talk," (4)
"Alice Walker's Celebration of Self in Southern Generations," 354
"Alice Walker's Nonfictional Prose: A Checklist, 1966-1984," 7
"Alice Walker's The Color Purple," 355
"Alice Walker's Women," 388
"Alienation and Integration in Alice Walker's The Color Purple," 381
Allen, Bruce, 258
"The Almost Year," (10)
"Amazon Grace," 323
"American Scholar Forum: Women on Women," (5)
The American Short Story: Continuity and Change, 1940-1975, 379
America Women Writers, 54
American Women Writers: An Annotated Bibliography of Criticism, 12
"An American View: When E. T. Goes to Georgia," 306
"Adrogyny as Metaphor in Alice Walker's Novel," 348
Anello, Ray, (5)
Angelou, Maya, 122, 207
Another Life, (11)
Ansen, David, 300
Arata, Esther S., 10
Articles and Essays, 347-389

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Table of contents

  • Meckler's Studies and Bibliographies On Black Americans ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Chronology ix
  • Preface xiii
  • Introduction xvii
  • Primary Sources 3
  • Secondary Sources 19
  • Addendum 144
  • About the Authors 146
  • Index 148
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