This book is a part of Maya Angelou's autobiographical series. Through this book Angelou has tried to focus on her personal life. In this series Angelou acknowledges the help she received along her way. Be it from her severely affectionate family or from her ever-growing group of well-connected friends. Maya Angelou narrates her personal life often-in poetic prose. This one proves to be a very forceful representation of the condition of black women. The lines such as "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" simply say all about the life of blacks in general and the women in particular.
Your mom is definitely going to appreciate and love this nicely
composed book if you present it to her on this 'Mother's Day'.
MOTHERS DAY BOOKS