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Margaret Walker was an American poet and writer. She was part of the African- American literary movement in Chicago, known as the Chicago Black ...

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Poet and novelist Margaret Walker was born on July 7, 1915, in Birmingham, Alabama, to the Reverend Sigismund C. Walker and Marion Dozier Walker.

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Dr. Margaret Abigail Walker Alexander's contributions to American letters--four volumes of poetry, a novel, a biography, and numerous critical essays--mark her  ...

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Margaret Walker, in full Margaret Abigail Walker, married name Margaret Alexander, (born July 7, 1915, Birmingham, Ala., U.S.—died Nov. 30, 1998, Chicago ...

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Margaret Walker was born on July 7, 1915, in Birmingham, Alabama. She began writing poetry at age fifteen, when she entered college. She received a BA from ...

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Dr. Margaret Abigail Walker Alexander's contributions to American letters--four volumes of poetry, a novel, a biography, and numerous critical essays--mark her  ...

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Margaret Walker (born 1915), novelist, poet, scholar, and teacher, was best known for her Civil War novel Jubilee (1963) and for her powerful collection of poetry ...

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Margaret Walker [1] Alexander 1915–1998 Writer Vestiges of Slave Era [2] Alexander and Richard Wright [3] Heralded as Voice of Her Generation [4] Began  ...

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About Margaret Walker: Dr. Margaret Abigail Walker Alexander (July 7, 1915 – November 30, 1998) was an African-American poet and author born in Birmingha  ...