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A bit too ''wordy'' in spots, but, of enough interest to hold my attention. Alice Walker is one of my favorite writers.Published on October 9, 2013 by Olivia Andrew
While I admit I did not read this book in its entirety, I did skim through carefully at a friend's house. The book is less about FGM and more about Alice Walker herself. Read morePublished on December 21, 2012 by Jeanette Wittstein
Reading this book drives me to tears and anger.
How can people be so cruel for their own selfish means? Read more
I agree with previous reviews stating that there are much better resources out there. I was VERY disappointed in this book and think it is one of the most misleading titles/text I... Read morePublished on November 14, 2006 by Jennifer Dreyer
I had high hopes for this work, hopes that were dashed when reading how the authors wanted to travel and explore their topic first hand but were afraid that they'd be harmed in... Read morePublished on March 24, 2006 by Richard Johnson
This postcolonial piece of garbage masks some very real issues. I expected far more intelligence and sensitivity from Alice Walker.Published on January 18, 2004
I was very disappointed with this book. Alice Walker seems more intent on showcasing her own writing, poems, and emotion than drawing much needed attention to FGM in Africa. Read morePublished on May 9, 2002 by Kindle Customer