"The rich, complex story White tells . . . is never less than fascinating." —New York Times Book Review
Alice Walker's life is remarkable not only because she was the first black woman to win the Pulitzer Prize in fiction (the book that won her that award, The Color Purple, has been translated into nearly thirty languages and made into an Academy Award–nominated film), but also because these accomplishments are merely highlights of a luminous and varied career made from inauspicious beginnings in rural Georgia. Drawing on extensive interviews and exhaustive research, Evelyn C. White brings this life to light.
- November 2005
- 6.1 × 9.2 in
/ 496 pages
- Territory Rights: Worldwide including Canada, but excluding the British Commonwealth.