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Angelou

Maya, real name Marguerite Johnson. born 1928, US Black novelist, poet, and dramatist. Her works include the autobiographical novel I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1970) and its sequels
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Dr Angelou has packed more into one life than many of us would in four or five lives.
Most locals thought that Mrs Angelou was living in England.
Angelou does not elaborate on how she distinguishes literary autobiography from any other kind of autobiography, and of course, for a poststructuralist, the challenge to write literary rather than "ordinary" autobiography is meaningless because there is no difference between the two (see Eagleton 201).
First, let me say that I have never suggested, in my correspondence with Professor Angelou or otherwise, that she plagiarized or otherwise improperly made use of my poem "Outward Bound.
Angelou served as COO and founding partner of Hedge Source LLC, where she also directly assisted fund managers and traders with current rebates and hard to borrow securities.
Angelou, a poet, professor and author of the acclaimed 1969 autobiography, "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings,'' had much to share with a young man eager to grow, Smiley said.
But Michelle Obama also made reference to "a white woman in Kansas" who so loved Angelou that she named her daughter Maya, and whose son became "the first black president of the United States.
She reportedly spoke with Angelou for an hour before she left to film "Selma" in Georgia before she passed away.
Maya Angelou represented modern Black America, long before any writer, male or female, ever did.
Maya Angelou for giving her the best life lesson to date.
Maya Angelou (author), Edward Burne-Jones (illustrator); LOVE'S EXQISITE FREEDOM; Welcome Books, Welcome Books (Poetry: Poetry) ISBN: 9781599621036
In her first collection of writing published in 10 years, Maya Angelou explores her tumultuous life with its lessons of compassion and fortitude.