Maya Angelou is known for her poems, songs, essays, memoirs but also as an important spokesperson for both black people and women, which makes her works interesting from multiple perspectives. Thus, students often encounter assignments focusing on her works in the context of her social activism – these are still valid/ important given the inequality issues our society faces. Whether you have to perform a poem analysis (both in terms of message and style) or to write an essay on any of her autobiographical works, you can review samples of such works below. These well-researched, well-structured, creative papers with great attention to detail (grammar, formatting, style, etc.) can serve as a good source of inspiration to guide your own writing.
Use these keywords to filter essays below:
AllPoetry Singin' and Swingin' and Gettin' Merry Like Christmas I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings James Baldwin Woman Race Gender