I regard Alice Walker as a genious of modern literature from the amazing 'The Color Purple' to this absorbing piece of womanist writing. Walker's love for black woman and for humanity in general is apparent from the outset. Even as a white male I find so much to value learn from the principles of Walker's own school of thought; womanism. Her engaging argument makes use of examples from her own life and from more generic experiences applicable to all of us. For anyone looking to contribute in modern society I recommend this book. Please read it.
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