Alice Walker describes the act of creation as bliss.
Alice Walker reads from what she calls "the God section" of her novel "The Color Purple."
Alice Walker shines light on writer and anthropologist Zora Neale Hurston.
Alice Walker talks about her great-great-great-great-grandmother's journey.
Actor Danny Glover speaks about Alice Walker's work in the context of activism.
"It's not possible to separate Alice from her work," says writer Gloria Steinem.
Alice Walker recalls the poignant parting from her father as she left for Spelman College.
Howard Zinn compares his former student, Alice Walker, to Zora Neale Hurston.
Writer and professor Elizabeth Frank describes the novel as a revolt against society.
Actor and producer Edward Norton discusses the novel and the character Holden Caulfield.
Salinger isn't a writer of scenery, he's a writer of characters who strive for sincerity.
J.D. Salinger was part of the Counter Intelligence Corps in Europe during World War II.
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