Anything We Love Can Be Saved:
A Writer's Activism
By Alice Walker
(Random House, Hardcover, 9780679455844, 225pp.)
Publication Date: April 1997
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So writes Alice Walker in this important portrait of a writer's activism -- speaking out with advice for Bill Clinton, for Fidel Castro, for young women growing up today. Walker comments on religion and the spirit, language, banned books, Zora Neale Hurston, Salman Rushdie, the ritual mutilation of children in Ghana, and much more. Here are a superb writer's thoughts on politics, culture, feminism, race, religion, raising a daughter, writing, and living.