Definition of Walker, Alice in English:

Walker, Alice

proper noun

  • (1944–), US writer and critic; full name Alice Malsenior Walker. She wrote the award-winning "The Color Purple" (1982), a story about a black woman rebuilding her life after being raped by her supposed father, which was made into a movie in 1985. She also wrote "Possessing the Secret of Joy" (1992) and "By the Light of My Father's Smile" (1998)

Pronunciation:

Walker, Alice

/ˈwôkər/