"To a Place Blessed": For Margaret Walker

Miller, R. Baxter
March 1999
African American Review;Spring99, Vol. 33 Issue 1, p5
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Pays tribute to literary author Margaret Walker Alexander, who died on November 30, 1998. Contributions to the African American South organization; Literary works.


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