#LiteraryCriticism: The Color Purple by Alice Walker
Jan30

#LiteraryCriticism: The Color Purple by Alice Walker

Alice Walker’s The Color Purple follows the personal and spiritual growth of an impregnated and abused African American girl in the South. Celie finds her voice and personal identity over the years. As such, the work does function as a feminist novel. However, its deeper thematic elements offer an alternative approach to spirituality. What follows is a literary criticism paper I once wrote for an undergraduate course in American...

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#Editor: Copy Editing Sample
Nov25

#Editor: Copy Editing Sample

It pleases me to announce the release of Susan P. Cooper’s collection of childhood stories Lessons from an Ordinary Life. I met Susan over a year and a half ago via the LinkedIn group Bloggers Helping Bloggers. Her support of fellow bloggers coupled with her efforts over at Finding Our Way Now have inspired me in numerous ways. For the past ten months, I have been copy editing material originally posted on her blog as Susan...

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