By Gail B Stewart

Provides the lifestyles and works of the writer of ''I comprehend Why the Caged chook Sings'' and discusses her struggles as a girl, mom, and artist.
Title: Maya Angelou
Author: Stewart, Gail
Publisher: Greenhaven Pr
Publication Date: 2009/07/30
Number of Pages: 104
Binding sort: LIBRARY
Library of Congress: 2008048912

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