The following entry presents criticism on Walkers novel The Color Purple (1982)
through 2001. For further information on her life and complete works, see CLC, .
Walker is the first African-American woman to win the Pulitzer Prize in fiction. Beyond her most famous novel, The Color Purple, she has written six other novels, four collections of short stories, four children’s books and volumes of essays and poetry. Throughout her public life, she has been an international activist for civil and human rights and a forceful advocate for women and girls.
SparkNotes: The Color Purple: Suggestions for Further …
Bauer, Margaret D. "When a Convent Seems the Only Viable Choice: Questionable Callings in Stories by Alice Dunbar-Nelson, Alice Walker, and Louise Erdrich." Critical Essays on Alice Walker. Ed. Ikenna Dieke. Contributions in Afro-American and African Studies. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1999. 45-54.
Alice Walker :: Biography Biographies Essays - 123helpme
Alice Walker Literary Criticism Literary History writing May 28, 2016 . A selective list of online literary criticism for African American poet, essayist, short
story writer, and novelist Alice Walker, favoring signed articles .
Critical essays on alice walker edited by ikenna dieke
Critical essays on Alice Walker / edited by Ikenna Dieke. Other Authors. Dieke,
Ikenna, 1949. Published. Westport, Conn Greenwood Press, 1999. Physical .