“I will not allow anybody to minimize my life, not anybody, not a living soul- nobody, no lover, no mother, no son, no boss, no president, no body.” (Maya Angelou) In Maya Angelou’s I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings, she, Maya, tells the reader about the challenges and praises throughout her life. She gets across to the reader that the number of things that have occurred to her in her life will never
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autobiography we meet Maya Angelou on a train, and abandoned child in need of love. At the end she bears a child of her own- a boy, however she also had wisdom she gained from all of the stepping stones that did not hold her up. Angelou is now a complete, knowledgeable, and loving woman, not only because of all that she has gone through but also because she Knows Why The Caged Bird Sings.