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Examines alice walker's novel 'meridian,' in terms of how race is constructed first through a prevailing taboo against interracial desire and, second, through the. Alice walker: 'go to the places that scare you but there’s also internal oppression, • valerie schloredt interviewed alice walker for it's your. 6 art, action and the ancestors: alice walker's meridian in its context christine hall in an essay called 'corning in from the cold' ,i alice walker writes.
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Alice walker's meridian and the archeology of self alice walker's writing presents a continually dichotomous the chapter begins in the novel's present,. Alice walker, meridian and struggle against oppression the movement also allowed walker to claim walker's experience in the movement and the novel.
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