In Love & Trouble by Alice Walker - Book - Read OnlineThese notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. Alice Walker is an American writer, poet, and activist. She has written many books about black people and their sufferings. She also raised many campaigns asking for black rights. Most, if not all, of her work movies, poems, novels, etc portrayed at least something that the black people suffered from and how it affected their life and personality. She won numerous awards, and some of her books are taught in school as literary books. In Love and Trouble: Stories of Black Women contains thirteen short stories, each narrating a story about a black woman and a problem she faced in her life that affected the rest of her life and, in some of them, destroyed it.
A page from In Love & Trouble by Alice Walker memorized for my comm 2060 course
In love & trouble; stories of Black women.
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She dreams; dragging herself across the world. A small girl in her mother's white robe and veil, knee raised waist high through a bowl of quicksand soup. The man who stands beside her is against this standing on the front porch of her house, being married to the sound of cars whizzing by on highway Like cotton to be weighed. Her fingers at the last minute busily removing dry leaves and twigs.