Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird SingsUnknown - 1998
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Maya Angelou talks about her life growing up as an African-American teenager. She was raised by her grandmother who owned a merchandise store in Stamps, Arkansas and talks about the life of the mistreated and misunderstood African-Americans. As a teenager she and her brother later moved with their parents where she, in general, had a broken and insecure life.
Well-written, but this book disappointed me as her teen years turned out to be full of immorality.
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