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Annotated Bibliography for Research Paper
Angelou, Maya. And Still I Rise. New York: Random House, 1978. Print. This is a book which originally published two of Maya Angelou's infamous poems, "Phenomenal Woman" and, "Still I Rise". This book is strong and powerful, filled with many other well-known works done by Maya Angelou. Kornhaber, Spencer. "Maya Angelou's Universal Struggle." The Atlantic. Atlantic Media Company, 28 May 2014. Web. 11 July 2014. A great overview of Maya Angelou and who she really was. It touches on her struggles as an African American woman, how she coped with society and became a voice in the world for others. Maya Angelou was not only a poet, but a woman whose work touched the lives of others with her contributions to the field of African American literature. "Maya Angelou - Biography." Maya Angelou - Biography. Web. 10 July 2014. This source gives a small, but great biography of Maya Angelou's life. It begins with her childhood , and extends a bit into her adult life. It touches on some of her struggles, places she's lived and traveled to, and what she has accomplished throughout her lifetime. She was a poet, memoirist, film maker, actress, producer, historian, educator and most importantly, a civil rights activist. Annotated Bibliography for Research Paper

Angelou, Maya. And Still I Rise. New York: Random House, 1978. Print. This is a book which originally published two of Maya Angelou's infamous poems, "Phenomenal Woman" and, "Still I Rise". This book is strong and powerful, filled with many other well-known works done by Maya Angelou. Kornhaber, Spencer. "Maya Angelou's Universal Struggle." The Atlantic. Atlantic Media Company, 28 May 2014. Web. 11 July 2014. A great overview of Maya Angelou and who she really was. It touches on her struggles as an African American woman, how she coped with society and became a voice in the world for others. Maya Angelou was not only a poet, but a woman whose work touched the lives of others with...