Author(s): Maya Angelou
Part five of Angelou's five-volume autobiography. It coversher emigration to Ghana where she comes to a new awareness of love, friendship and motherhood, civil rights and slaveryand the myth of mother Africa. By the author of "Gather Together in My Name" and "The Heart of a Woman".
'She continues with all the freshness and warmth of her earlier books' EVENING STANDARD 'Maya Angelou has an amazing ability to take readers into her personal maze and lead them out again feeling refreshed and even jubilant' CLANCY SIGAL, GUARDIAN 'Maya Angelou has a fiercely uncompromising spirit' DAILY TELEGRAPH 'Told with the humorous, unsentimental wisdom that has gained Maya Angelou such a devoted following' SUNDAY TIMES
Maya Angelou has been waitress, singer, actress, dancer, activist, filmmaker, writer and mother. As well as her autobiography she has written several volumes of poetry and has a life-time appointment as Reynolds Professor of American Studies at Wake Forest University in North Carolina.