Menu Close

Download Meridian Pdf Book By Alice Walker

Meridian Pdf

Meridian is a 1976 novel by American author Alice Walker. It has been described as Walker’s “meditation on the modern civil rights movement.” Meridian is about Meridian Hill, a young black woman in the late 1960s who is attending college as she embraces the civil rights movement at a time when the movement becomes violent. The story follows her life into the 1970s through a relationship that ultimately fails, and she continued efforts to support the movement.

Meridian

Meridian Summary

Set in the 1960s and 1970s, Meridian centers on Meridian Hill, a student at the fictitious Saxon College, who becomes active in the Civil Rights Movement. She becomes romantically involved with another activist, Truman Held. They have a turbulent on-and-off relationship, during which she becomes pregnant by him.

Details Meridian Pdf Book

Name Of the Novel: Meridian
Author: Alice Walker
Country: United States
Language: English
Publisher: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich
Publication date: May 1976
Media type: Print
Pages: 228
ISBN: 0-15-159265-9
Book Type: Pdf / ePub

Download Meridian Full Pdf Book

There are many students who don’t have enough money to buy books. We are publishing Meridian full pdf for those who are unable to buy Meridian Book. To download this book click the button below.

 

I hope you have successfully downloaded Meridian Book novel from Pdfcorner.com. Mistakes are made by human. All the articles published on this site are uploaded by human. If you get the wrong download file or if you face any problem while downloading Meridian Book then please let us inform using the comment box.

We do respect All Authors of the books. If you have DCMA related issue/claim then please visit our DCMA Section.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *