By Maya Angelou (500 words)
What you looking at me for?
1930s American teachers Marguerite that black is ugly and that the abuse she suffers is her own fault. It is own in her teens that Marguerite emerges from the private world of muteness into which has withdrawn and confronts the prejudice around her. She is no longer a victim, but a champion of her own identity. Maya Angelou’s classic autobiographical account of her childhood is a powerful and moving evocation of a black girl’s struggle against her oppressors.
The story is about Maya Angelou and she get to know why the cage bird sings to express the feeling and now days birds hardly sing and when they sing people just throw the stone at them to get them quite.
Grandmother Baxter was a quadroon or an octoroon, she was nearly white. She had been raised by a German family in Cairo, Illinois, and had come to St Louis at the turn of the century to study nursing.
It will get the thousands for the foreign money for the use of real one and get it changed it will make it useful and having a challenging hours of life when they change of the mystery of the litiiuted and nod it naked making use not being use by other or having any issues on it so that they can connect with line wireless it as multi task working confined pat Patterson a big man flamboyant and barrel and getting the caged bird and they try to get free see the world. The more they sing and cry to intensity with the most hot weather and the other birds which are not in the cage they fly away when the climate change and having different experinse in life. They go with climate for example some birds like hot place so the place they saty is hot and when the climate change from hot to cold they flew to different country and look for hot country they can survive but some birds can survive in different climate.
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