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In the first volume of an extraordinary autobiographical series, one of the most inspiring authors of our time recalls--with candor, humor, poignancy and grace--how her journey began....

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Maya Angelou has written five volumes of autobiography as well as many books of poetry. Dr. Angelou is currently Reynolds Professor at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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9780375507892
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Angelou, Maya
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Random House
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New York
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People of Color
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Biography
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Women
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Authors, American
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Arkansas
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Entertainers
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African American women authors
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African American families
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cultural heritage
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Authors, American -- 20th century.
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General Biography
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Subject:
autobiography;memoir;biography;non-fiction;fiction;african american;women;racism;literature;poetry;classics;rape;20th century;arkansas;coming of age;race;classic;maya angelou;civil rights;american;feminism;african americans;childhood;abuse;american litera
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Edition Number:
2002
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Random House Inc. 2002 ed.
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FM 9-40
Publication Date:
20020331
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HARDCOVER
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General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
288
Dimensions:
8.57x5.75x1.09 in. .91 lbs.

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