Jean-Mary, Mireille
April 2003
What Matters;2003, p237
Book Chapter
The article discusses the author's experiences of the inspiration that she drawn from the autobiography titled "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings," by Maya Angelou. Referring to the struggles and hard times of Angelou, the author says that she exemplifies the best human characteristics. A brief detail of the life of Angelou has also been given in the article. The author takes inspiration from Angelou's life and calls her the rainbow of her life.


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