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Human Nature and Animal Rights in 'Am I Blue?' by Alice Walker

In four pages this paper argues that Walker's sentimentality serves to anthropomorphize the horse which prevents its animal nature...

'Am I Blue?' by Alice Walker

used to scrawl after our stories, marked, "the end." This is true in the "thinking piece," Am I Blue. It is important for the st...

Walker: “Everyday Use”

as the fact that Dee has left home and created a new persona for herself, thus trying to deny who and what she is. She is no longe...

Alice Walker and George Orwell

of these introductory lines the reader is made privy to who the individual is in some way, where they are, and ultimately what the...

Alice Walker's The Color Purple and Women's Roles

is the world of the domestic. That is domestic in the terms of one who serves, as well as domestic in the terms of limited to hou...

Comparison and Contrast: Alice Walker and James Baldwin

struggle to find her identity, an African American identity, is obviously influenced by the white society. This is noted when her ...

A Comparative Analysis of In Search of Our Mother's Gardens, Arts in the Contact Zone and The Hundred Secret Senses

In eight pages these texts by Alice Walker, Mary Louise Pratt, and Alice Walker are examined in terms of unconscious and 'magical'...

Alice Walker's Emphasis on Womanism

This nine page essay explores the theme of womanism that characterizes both Alice Walker's life and her writings. Meaning and app...

The Color Purple by Alice Walker and Relationships

In five pages this paper examines how Celie's identity was molded by her relationships in Alice Walker's The Color Purple. There ...

Differential Feminism in Morrison and Walker

This paper outlines the differences between views of feminism seen in Toni Morison's, Sula, and Alice Walker's, The Color Purple. ...

Slavery's 'Long Arm' and the Literature of African Americans

In six pages the enslavement of African American females as depicted in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God, Toni Mo...

Powerful Women and Literature

In six pages this paper examines how powerful women are depicted in The Widow of Ephesus, Alice Walker's 'Everyday Use' and Kate C...

In Search of Our Mother's Gardens by Alice Walker and Re-Vision

In seven pages re-vision is defined in concept and then associated with the womanism concept in an analysis of Alice Walker's In S...

African American and Feminist Themes in Walker's The Color Purple

This paper addresses the ways in which Alice Walker's, The Color Purple portrays different feminist points of view, as well as tho...

Alice Walker's Activist Message that Anything We Love Can be Saved as a Call to Arms

This is a critical analysis of a pair of essays contained in Alice Walker's collection of activist messages, Anything We Love Can ...

Alice Walker's Crusade Against Female Genital Mutilation

This paper examines the crusade against female genital mutilation. The author cites Alice Walker's book, Anything We Love Can Be ...

Comparing Novel and Film Versions of The Color Purple

in particular is feminism and its religious heterodoxy" (12). An examination of the film and novel amply supports this observation...

'Beauty: When the Other Dancer is the Self' by Alice Walker

immersed in her appearance. And, then comes the accident that will change her life and her perception of herself. Up until the ...

Analysis of Literary and Film Versions of The Color Purple

a young girl who has only her inherent strength and her faith in God to help her survive. She is not especially intelligent, nor i...

Artists' Power in Works by Toni Morrison and J.D. Salinger

beginning, as we see the characters in a somewhat present condition, a condition wherein the women are not slaves, we also see tha...

Protagonist Monologues

there are certain things a person must do, certain things a man must feel and never turn away from. So many men were lost in their...

Alice Walker’s Coming Apart

pleasure he has enjoyed is a violation of his rights" (Walker). As a man he is ignorantly assuming that he has the right to have s...

Everyday Use and Maggie

reader the distinct impression that she is listening to everything that everyone says. This is borne out when Dee says that shes g...

The Color Purple

about life, meeting Shug who is her husbands lover. She grows stronger and more intelligent as the story progresses and in the end...

Alice Walker’s Everyday Use

she has moved to the city and been educated. One sees perhaps the only conflict this mother has in her life because it is a confl...

Alice Walker: “The Way Forward Is with a Broken Heart”

But the memory of the house is misleading, because the author also says that much of the time they lived there she was angry, hope...

Writing Style in Alice Walker's When the Other Dancer is the Self

me turn on the one child at the school who continually calls me one-eyed bitch" (Walker). Her story is powerful, intimate, and inc...

Sofia in 'The Color Purple' by Alice Walker

is told that Sofia is a woman who does not know her place. She should not be allowed to talk back to her husband, or state her own...

The Color Purple by Alice Walker, A Critical Analysis

This essay offers critical analysis of Alice Walker's The Color Purple. The writer draws on supporting sources to argue that siste...

The Color Purple, Comparing 2 Critical Approaches

This essay contrasts that similarities and differences between the way that Shanym Fiske and Sonal Singh and Sushma Gupta address...