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by Alice Walker

A collection of short stories.

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In Spite of It All: A Reading of Alice Walker’s “Everyday Use”
“If it seems clear that the popularity of the quilt owes much to writers like Walker, one needs to ask, in turn, whether Walker’s story would enjoy its current status if the quilt itself had not become such a privileged symbol. And yet another way of formulating this kind of question would be to ask whether we are to read the quilt as a figure in a story, or whether the story is, as it were, a figure of the quilt. Is the quilt, in other words, to be seen as one sign of women’s creative activity among many, or as the very ground of a specifically woman’s world?”
Contains: Content Analysis
Author: Sam Whitsitt
From: African American Review Fall, 2000

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