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Though she ended up at Yale, she wrestled with her mixed cultural background, experimented with drugs and alcohol, and had an abortion at 14. “Everything you would expect from being a biracial, bisexual person,” Walker explained.
That was ALL OVER Brooklyn when the affair was going on. according to the message board, lesbian Rebecca has had several abortions and felt unloved by her mom.The mother-daughter archetype isn’t about that; it’s about unconditional love and support.”As Walker has traveled the country on her book tour, she has heard countless stories from women who are trying to get pregnant, are pregnant or are longing to get pregnant. Apparently the author of The Color Purple had an affair with singer Tracy Chapman back in the mid 1990's.“Obviously, that didn’t happen.”In her new memoir, Walker shifts the lens from childhood to parenthood with the birth of her son, Tenzin.The book recounts Walker’s experience getting pregnant with her partner, a man named Glen, as her own relationship with her mother continued to deteriorate.One of the many issues Walker aimed to address is the daily and insidious ambivalence she sees in many women’s lives. “I wanted to write a book about how ambivalence can be so immobilizing that the myriad of ideas we’re batting around in our mind can keep us from experiences that we long to have.”Though the book is primarily focused on Walker’s pregnancy and the birth of her son, she also wanted to call attention to the dynamic between mothers and daughters because of her own difficult bond.
Walker believes part of the problem is a “sisterhood model of parenting,” where parents serve more as friends or equals.
Her 2004 novel critic Michiko Kakutani as a “cloying collection of New Age homilies”.
Evidently, Walker didn’t care much about this mauling, as her new book is about the spiritual fulfilment she finds in keeping chickens.
Walker wrote at this point in her life because she felt that there were important issues that people were not discussing.
“It’s a book that I wish I had been able to read when I was in my mid-20s,” she said.
In many ways, Rebecca Walker defies conventional labels.