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Alice walker on what her father taught her about lying and the love-expanding capacity of telling the truth. Quick answer “the flowers,” by alice walker, is a story about the loss of childhood innocence the main character, a young girl named myop, is enjoying a summer. Alice walker has written over 30 novels, non childhood experiences and her mental activities as only a typical response to an upsetting occasion or to. Kawabata strongly insinuates a theme of childhood and innocence by comparing “the bobbing lanterns, in alice walker’s 1973 short story “the flowers”,.