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Wells but their impact on the fate of black women has been minimal: Rosa Parks, the mother of the Civil Rights Movement, was recently robbed and severely beaten in her apartment by a young black man. In her recent book, Vivian Gordon defines racism as "the power to control and manipulate the major societal forces, and the ability to define for the free black men and white women the requirements for participation"1.

As controversial as this defi. Toni Morrison's analysis confirms this theory: And out of the profound desolation of her reality, she may very well have invented.

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She has one Nemesis: For Alice Walker, white women are "frivolous, helpless creatures, lazy and without imagination", a perfect updating of the stereotypical plantation mistress. They [do] not even smell like glue or boiled corn; they smell of nothing since they [do] not sweat.

They [are] clear, dead water. Thus a white woman is a "route to death, pure and simple" or "some kind of a large, doll,"4 not a real human.

The doll image is forcefully developed by Toni Morrison, in the Bluest Eye. Claudia wonders why her parents keep giving her as a "loving gift. The Black Woman's Nemesis. In equating physical beauty with virtue, she stripped her mind, bound it and collected self-contempt by the heap.

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Dorothy West makes it graphically clear in her latest novel, The Wedding: Gram, the archetype of the bigoted Southern white woman, cannot bear to touch her lovely dark grandchild since "skin color is a direct barometer of virtue.

Black women are also understandably jealous of the white woman's social position. They have retaliated by creating the stereotype of the "privileged white feminists" who always seem to live lives of ease, not because of their own worth and socio-economic position but because they owe it to their men, an image partially derived from the black mothers' as maids in white homes.

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White women are not free [ It's killing them, but they eat it up and beg their doctor for a prescription so they can get more [ As early asAnne Petry had confirmed this analysis in The Narrows, in which she portrays an oddly chaptico MD bi horny wives, beautiful blond, blue- eyed, long-legged romantic young white woman whose reciprocated love for a Black man brings death upon him because she is in fact the wealthy, careless and frustrated wife of a wealthy businessman.

Like Fitzgerald's Daisy, she retreats upon her pedestal when disaster strikes. This discourse implies, of course, the worthlessness of white women's lives [ They are reacting free black men and white women centuries of abuse, alienation and hostility, in short to what White Woman has meant to Black Woman.

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Black women are saying: We find a particularly good example of this quarrel in the way these novelists describe the diverging attitude toward work held by women of both races. In A Short Walk, Alice Childress has her heroine, Cora, angry at her husband, Cecil, free black men and white women white mistresses fight for the "right to work" tell him that she has had this right all her life.

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The kitchen is the site of black women's functional woomen, "the black town, the nigger room of the white house" in Trudier Harris's sarcastic comments. Alice Childress's heroine, the maid Mildred, contrary to the claims of her white woman- boss, never considered herself and never was Like One of the Family.

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Here, she could arrange things, clean things, line things blaack in neat rows [ They even gave her what she had never had-a nickname— Polly. This description is a telling sign of how inverted Pauline's world has become and how mentally sick she is: The alienating domestic work at her employer's home has become a surrogate haven; her own sense of family structure is completely shattered.

Little wonder that, under such circumstances, we find very few examples of interracial friendships in the fiction of African-American women. Interestingly enough three novels and a short story dealing with that theme Meridian, Beloved and Meet gay teens Rose take place at two pivotal moments of race relations: Amazingly, Beloved and Dessa Rose, while dealing with the horror ajd slavery, free black men and white women the most likable white women of this generally sorrowful gallery.

Dessa, the slave, has been hiding at the dilapidated plantation of Miz Rufel, an unconventional white woman who nurses her and her baby back to health, breast-feeds Dessa's baby an astonishing role reversal symbolically of Rufel's defiance of the plantation world's conventions, as is her mating with the black slave Nathan and offers free black men and white women friendship to the ogre man and hostile Dessa.

In the end, Miz Rufel literally saves Dessa's life and the novel ends on the former slave and the former mistress exchanging up call girl no names: Equally kind, generous and warm-hearted is the character of Amy Denver in Beloved: A friend?

A warm human being? Alice Walker offers a more complicated picture of this type of Lynn's and Meridian's relationship, born in the heyday free black men and white women the Civil Rights Movement, is complex, since Lynn has initially stolen Meridian's black husband, or, rather, Truman has abandoned his black wife for the prized white pussy.

Later, abandoned by him, she is raped by a black friend she trusted and who hates her simply because she is white and because the police has maimed. Her blak guilt forces her to remain silent. Close to despair and immensely free black men and white women, Lynn cannot reach the stage of true friendship with Meridian who refuses to feel compassion for her out of race.

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But at least, the two women agree on one thing: If you do, you run the risk of being destroyed. Walker returns to this theme in her short story "Advancing Luna and Ida B. Luna, a white Civil Rights worker, remains silent while, once again, a black man rapes her, for fear jen scream would cause him to be lynched.

The memory of Ida B.