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Here Maya Angelou, dazzling entertainer, casts the spotlight on her show business career — a pageant of international scope. Maya, the woman, shares her sad, failed marriage to a white man, her early motherhood and achingly sensitive relationship with her young son, and her bone-deep, painful suspicion of the white world that welcomes her talent so dramatically … “Hones
“The buoyant, gifted Maya Angelou continues her autobiography… both her joy and her despair have twice as much impact as most people’s.” — “New York Magazine.”
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This is Maya Angelou‘s third book of her autobiography series; Singin’ and Swingin’ and Gettin’ Merry Like Christmas.. Whoa, now that’s some seriously long title. And now we get to know how Marguerite Johnson became Maya Angelou. This book is weighed down by all her trips with Porgy and Bess and the budding fame that she’d earned. Still, I enjoyed each situation she’d got herself into.
Despite being a parent already and her relationships history, I quite think that she was still a child then, bu
Whew! I am done!
I feel like it took me forever to finish reading this book, and folks, this is not a good sign.
I do feel conflicted. I feel like I should give this a 2.5 because there were so many parts in this book that were dull and uninteresting and if I wouldn’t have skimmed through those pages I would’ve never finished reading this book. But then this is the writing of world famous and much admired Maya Angelou, so I feel compelled to round the rating up to a 3.
While Ms. Angelou’s first tw
This woman blows me away with her honesty, sharing her struggle to grow into the magnificent woman and writer she is today.
I was shocked and surprised at many of her stories and humbled.
Her first 3 autobiographies gave me a view I didn’t understand before of what it was and is like to be black in America. These books should be assigned reading in school.
With each famous person I read about, again and again, I am reminded that the person they became was not how they started out nor is it the wh