Alice Walker: The Natural Self

Pulitzer Prize winner Alice Walker explores the beauty and joy of being your unique self.

Is it possible to appreciate yourself, including your imperfections, just as you are? Pulitzer Prize-winning author Alice Walker describes the joy and freedom of self-acceptance.

Recognized as one of the major writers of our time, Walker is the author of the best-seller "The Color Purple," which was made into a film directed by Steven Spielberg. Her other novels include "The Third Life of Grange Copeland"; "Meridian"; "The Temple of My Familiar"; and "Possessing the Secret of Joy." She has taught at Harvard, Yale, Wellesley, Brown, and Sarah Lawrence.
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