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Running Head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 1 Annotated bibliography By Name Institution Course Tutor Date
ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY 2 McMurry, M. K. (1976). Role-Playing as Art in Maya Angelou's" Caged Bird". South Atlantic Bulletin , 41 (2), 106-111. McMurry explains the role of art in the Maya Angelou’s book. He shows how Maya Angelou creative in accomplishing the mission which would later lead her to escape but it reveals how artistic and human complexity is towards her awareness. He further explains that the book explores not the going wide ways with the past events but is a transmutation of the matters taking place in the past. The novel clarifies the artistic tension which the author recollected her authorial consciousness. Due to the awareness the implicit in the novel brings the knowledge that the events which are taking place are vital despite being transcended. He further describes how Maya Angelou makes more efforts to line with the role of the girl child in the society, the realization to make transcend to the restrictions and the humor which occurs from painful failures. In her childhood, Maya Angelou, known as Marguerite Johnson feels of her true self as one who has been obscured. Manora, Y. M. (2005). “What you looking at me for? I didn’t come to stay”: Displacement, Disruption and Black Female Subjectivity in Maya Angelou’s I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. Women's Studies , 34 (5), 359-375. In his review, Manora describes how disruption and displacement is subjected to the black female in the Maya Angelou’s autobiography. With book beginning with simples lines which comprises of children while deliver holiday speech, Angelou uses this speech and immediately writes the artfully of a nostalgic small community, the Southern Black Community which takes a part in the autobiography she writes. The writer further how the few words used in the autobiography explains the rites of passage of the children in the Southern Black church. This is more critical expressing Angelou’s knowledge of she was aware of herself subject to the

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