A distinguished black woman writer brings together autobiographical and literary essays, speeches, and other writings that include reminiscences of the young Richard Wright, Walker's battle against racism and sexism, and the creative processFor nine months everything went well and members of the administration kept saying they were honored to have me, until I moved my family and furniture. They saw that my husband was sick and disabled from the war, that I had three childrenanbsp;...
|Title||:||How I Wrote Jubilee and Other Essays on Life and Literature|
|Author||:||Margaret Walker, Maryemma Graham|
|Publisher||:||Feminist Press at CUNY - 1990|