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By Rudolph P. Byrd

Published to stellar compliment, The international Has Changed boasts revelatory conversations among Walker and different literary and cultural icons—including Howard Zinn, Pema Chödrön, Claudia Tate, Margo Jefferson, William R. Ferris, and Paula Giddings—and illuminates the guts and brain of 1 of the world’s such a lot celebrated residing writers. rigorously framed and contextualized via an creation through literary student Rudolph P. Byrd, the publication additionally incorporates a thorough chronology of Walker’s lifestyles and work.

The international Has Changed is a pleasant addition to the Alice Walker canon that would thrill and interact readers for years to come.

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