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Bridging Worlds: The Interplay of Race, Gender, and Nature in Alice Walker’s Works

Born on this day February 9, 1944, Alice Walker’s literary repertoire is renowned for its profound exploration of diverse themes, particularly the interplay of race, gender, and nature. Her works serve as a bridge between disparate worlds, providing an illuminating discourse on the complexities of identity and human experience. Walker, as an African American woman …

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