Kim's Reviews > Overcoming Speechlessness: A Poet Encounters the Horror in Rwanda, Eastern Congo, and Palestine/Israel

Overcoming Speechlessness by Alice Walker
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Apr 15, 11

liked it

I like the general message of the book, but sometimes I found Walker's tone to be somewhat off-putting as she placed blame for these atrocities on seemingly random or innocuous aspects of society. That said, it was an interesting read and I appreciated the honesty with which Walker protrayed her own reactions and impressions of what she was seeing in these areas of the world.

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