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Posted April 26, 2013
In "Revolutionary Petunias", Alice Walker takes a brea
In "Revolutionary Petunias", Alice Walker takes a break from being a novelist and delves into the literary world of poetry. ReadersWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
are better off because she did. Her poems are capable of summoning forth a full range of life with effortless inflections of a modest
declaration. Declarations are frequently made through implication, and her poems have an enjoyable purity and sincerity about them.
I was most attracted to and touched by the ones which dealt with her rural early years. I would say that her writing can be described
best as showing in some way magically the inner nature of Walker. They are reserved, which is as refreshing as a barefoot stroll
down a shaded dirt road that follows a river bank through the summer.