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Flowers, an educated African American woman, finally got her to speak again. Flowers: A Moment of Friendship , emphasized the importance of the spoken word, explained the nature of and importance of education, and instilled in her a love of poetry. Angelou graduated at the top of her eighth-grade class. When Angelou, just seventeen, graduated from high school and gave birth to a son, Guy, she began to work as the first African American and first female street car conductor in San Francisco.
After they separated, Angelou continued her study of dance in New York City, returning to San Francisco to sing in the Purple Onion cabaret and garnering the attention of talent scouts. From to , she was a member of the cast of a touring production of Porgy and Bess. During the late s, Angelou sang in West Coast and Hawaiian nightclubs, before returning to New York to continue her stage career. Angelou joined the Harlem Writers Guild in the late s and met James Baldwin and other important writers. It was during this time that Angelou had the opportunity to hear Dr. Martin Luther King speak.
Inspired by his message, she decided to become a part of the struggle for civil rights. She was offered a position as the northern coordinator for Dr. Following her work for Dr. She worked as a freelance writer and was a feature editor at the African Review. When Angelou returned to the United States in the mids, she was encouraged by author James Baldwin and Robert Loomis, an editor at Random House, to write an autobiography.
It won immediate success and was nominated for a National Book Award. It is widely taught in schools, though it has faced controversy over its portrayal of race, sexual abuse and violence. Though her books are episodic and tightly-crafted, the events seldom follow a strict chronology and are arranged to emphasize themes.
It took Angelou fifteen years to write the final volume of her autobiography, A Song Flung up to Heaven Holst wrote in Christian Century. Angelou was also a prolific and widely-read poet, and her poetry has often been lauded more for its depictions of Black beauty, the strength of women, and the human spirit; criticizing the Vietnam War; demanding social justice for all—than for its poetic virtue. Her themes deal broadly with the painful anguish suffered by blacks forced into submission, with guilt over accepting too much, and with protest and basic survival.
She was the first Black woman to have a screenplay Georgia, Georgia produced in She was honored with a nomination for an Emmy award for her performance in Roots in Angelou wrote the poetry for the film Poetic Justice and played the role of Aunt June. It recalls the civil rights movement and Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Angelou also wrote occasional poems, including A Brave Startling Truth , which commemorated the founding of the United Nations, and Amazing Peace , a poem written for the White House Christmas tree-lighting ceremony. Angelou published multiple collections of essays. Letter to my Daughter was published in Trying to work with that form, the autobiographical mode, to change it, to make it bigger, richer, finer, and more inclusive in the twentieth century has been a great challenge for me.
She died in at the age of Poets lend voices to current events and elections as they critique and defend the social and political issues of their day. Also author of The Poetry of Maya Angelou, Composer of songs, including two songs for movie For Love of Ivy, and composer of musical scores for both her screenplays. Also author of Assignment America, a series of six one-half-hour programs, , and of The Legacy and The Inheritors, two television specials, Writer for television series Brewster Place, Harpo Productions.
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