By Deborah Plant

This biography explores Alice Walker's lifestyles stories and her lifework in context of her philosophical inspiration, and celebrates the author's inventive genius and heroism.

• Represents the single biography that gives a philosophical exam of this deeply philosophical artist-activist

• presents insightful views on negotiating our ever-changing and risky world

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