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Klotz, Petra. Suffering as a theme in Alice Walker's short stories "To hell with dying," "Strong horse tea," and "Everyday use", 2010. (Grabher)

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that is performed and the narrators father would yell out to him, to hell with dying man, (1127, 1) these children want Mr. Sweet (1127, 1). Throughout her life the...

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and on for many years until Mr. Sweet finally dies because of old age. The central idea of To Hell With Dying is that people cant prevent death from happening. Its...

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Each time the children are summoned, Mr. Sweet is reputed to be at death's door. "To hell with dying," the narrator's father would say. "These children want Mr. Sweet!" Then the youngsters would leap on the man in bed and begin their miraculous revival. By turns tickling and kissing Mr. Sweet, the neighbor kids manage to revive him time after time. The narrator comes to have faith in her unfailing ability to bring him back to life, and several times the children succeed when the local doctor had given up hope.

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Walker enrolled in Spelman College, Atlanta, in 1961 and earned a scholarship as a disabled student. At the college she became highly active in the African-American Civil Rights Movement. Two years later, Walker transferred to Sarah Lawrence College in New York. She moved to Uganda as an exchange student, returning to New York for her senior year. On arriving home, Walker was shocked to discover that she was pregnant. Afraid of her parent’s reaction, she considered suicide. A classmate helped Walker obtain a safe abortion and she was able to graduate in 1965. At this time Walker’s first short story, 'To Hell with Dying', was published alongside Once: Poems, her first volume of poetry.