In this article, we are going to read about the top five Most famous works of Alice Walker.
Alice Walker’s Novel “The Third Life of Grange Copeland” explores the intergenerational impact of racism and poverty on a family in the rural South.
The story follows Grange Copeland, a black sharecropper, who abandons his family in search of a better life in the North.
Meridian is set in the 1960s – 1970s centers on a young black woman named Meridian Hill. She is a student at the fictitious Saxon College.
Meridian embraces the civil rights movement during a time when the movement was violent. She becomes romantically involved with Truman Held, another activist.
Alice Walker’s most popular work The Color Purple is an epistolary novel. The novel focuses on Celie.
Celie, a black woman from the rural South is in a world that surrounds her with cruelty. When the story begins, the reader sees Celie as a child running with her sister through fields of purple flowers.
The Temple of My Familiar travels in a non-linear way through time covering Africa, England, North America, South America, and more.
Possessing the Secret of Joy tells the story of an African woman named Tashi. Tashi is also a minor character in Alice Walker’s 1982 novel The Color Purple.