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Abandoned. A grave overgrown with grass and choked by weeds. Then, resurrection. Because of Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple and Meridian, Zora Neale Hurston’s headstone bears her legacy, engraved in stone, the words: “A Genius of the South. Novelist, Folklorist, Anthropologist.” Walker, posing as Hurston’s niece, had travelled to Eatonville, Florida, in search of an ancestral voice, on a mission to venerate a Black woman writer whose work both inspired and informed Walker’s own literary aesthetic. At...

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