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The complete poetry, Maya Angelou

Label
The complete poetry
Title
The complete poetry
Statement of responsibility
Maya Angelou
Creator
Author
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
Throughout her illustrious career in letters, Maya Angelou gifted, healed, and inspired the world with her words. Now the beauty and spirit of those words live on in this new and complete collection of poetry that reflects and honors the writer's remarkable life
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Angelou, Maya
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no index present
Language note
Text in English
Literary form
poetry
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  • African Americans
  • Poetry
  • Noirs américains
  • LITERARY COLLECTIONS
  • POETRY
  • POETRY
  • African Americans
  • Lyrik
  • Amerikanisches Englisch
  • African Americans
  • African Americans
Label
The complete poetry, Maya Angelou
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Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • When you come to me
  • Remembering
  • In a time
  • Tears
  • The detached
  • To a husband
  • Accident
  • Let's majeste
  • After
  • The mothering blackness
  • Just give me a cool drink of water 'fore I diiie
  • On diverse deviations
  • Mourning grace
  • How can I lie to you
  • Sounds like pearls
  • pt. II. Just before the world ends
  • When I think about myself
  • On a bright day, next week
  • Letter to an aspiring junkie
  • Miss Scarlett, Mr. Rhett and other latter-day saints
  • Times-Square-shoeshine-composition
  • pt. I. Where love is a scream of anguish
  • Faces
  • To a freedom fighter
  • Riot : 60's
  • We saw beyond our seeming
  • Black ode
  • No no no no --- My guilt
  • The calling of names
  • On working White liberals
  • Sepia fashion show
  • The thirteens
  • They went home
  • (Black)
  • The thirteens
  • (White)
  • Harlem hopscotch
  • The gamut
  • A Zorro man
  • To a man
  • Late October
  • No loser, no weeper
  • Poor girl
  • Come, and be my baby
  • Senses of insecurity
  • Alone
  • Communication I
  • Communication II
  • Wonder
  • A conceit
  • pt. III. Request
  • Africa
  • Oh pray my wings are gonna fit me well
  • America
  • For us, who dare not dare
  • Lord, in my heart
  • Artful pose
  • pt. IV. The couple
  • The pusher
  • Chicken-Licken
  • pt. V.I almost remember
  • Prisoner
  • Woman me
  • pt. I. Pickin em up and layin em down
  • John J.
  • Southeast Arkanasia
  • Song for the old ones
  • Child dead in old seas
  • Take time out
  • Elegy
  • Reverses
  • Little girl speakings
  • This winter day
  • Here's to adhering
  • On reaching forty
  • The telephone
  • pt. II. Passing time
  • Now long ago
  • Greyday
  • Refusal
  • Just for a time
  • pt. II. Traveling
  • Junkie monkey reel
  • The lesson
  • California prodigal
  • My Arkansas
  • Through the inner city to the suburbs
  • Lady luncheon club
  • Momma welfare roll
  • And still I rise
  • The singer will not sing
  • Willie
  • To beat the child was bad enough
  • Woman work
  • One more round
  • The traveler
  • Kin
  • The memory
  • pt. III. And still I rise
  • Still I rise
  • pt. I. Touch me, life, not softly
  • Ain't that bad?
  • Life doesn't frighten me
  • Bump d'bump
  • On aging
  • In retrospect
  • Just like Job
  • Call letters : Mrs. V.B.
  • Thank you, Lord
  • A kind of love, some say
  • Country lover
  • Remembrance
  • Where we belong, a duet
  • Phenomenal woman
  • Men
  • Impeccable conception
  • Caged bird
  • Avec merci, Mother
  • Arrival
  • A plagued journey
  • Starvation
  • Contemporary announcement
  • Prelude to a parting
  • Martial choreograph
  • To a suitor
  • Shaker, why don't you sing?
  • Insomniac
  • Weekend glory
  • The lie
  • Prescience
  • Family affairs
  • Changes
  • Brief innocence
  • The last decision
  • Slave coffee
  • Shaker, why don't you sing?
  • Awaking in New York
  • My life has turned to blue
  • A good woman feeling bad
  • The health-food diner
  • A Georgia song
  • Unmeasured tempo
  • Amoebaean for Daddy
  • Recovery
  • Love letter
  • Equality
  • Coleridge Jackson
  • Why are they happy people?
  • Son to mother
  • Known to Eve and me
  • These yet to be United States
  • Me and my work
  • Changing
  • Born that way
  • I shall not be moved
  • Televised
  • Nothing much
  • Glory falls
  • London
  • Savior
  • Many and more
  • The new house
  • Our grandmothers
  • Preacher, don't send me
  • Fightin' was natural
  • Worker's song
  • Loss of love
  • Seven women's blessed assurance
  • In my Missouri
  • They ask why
  • When great trees fall
  • Human family
  • Man bigot
  • Old folks laugh
  • Is love
  • Forgive
  • Insignificant
  • In and out of time
  • Ben Lear's bar mitzvah
  • Vigil
  • Prayer
  • Amazement awaits
  • His day is done
  • On the pulse of morning
  • Celebrations
  • A brave and startling truth
  • Continue
  • Sons and daughters
  • A Black woman speaks to Black manhood
  • Amazing peace
  • Mother : a cradle to hold me
Control code
884298105
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xvii, 308 pages
Isbn
9780812997880
Lccn
2014043508
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
WorldCat record variable field(s) change: 650, 655
System control number
(OCoLC)884298105
Label
The complete poetry, Maya Angelou
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • When you come to me
  • Remembering
  • In a time
  • Tears
  • The detached
  • To a husband
  • Accident
  • Let's majeste
  • After
  • The mothering blackness
  • Just give me a cool drink of water 'fore I diiie
  • On diverse deviations
  • Mourning grace
  • How can I lie to you
  • Sounds like pearls
  • pt. II. Just before the world ends
  • When I think about myself
  • On a bright day, next week
  • Letter to an aspiring junkie
  • Miss Scarlett, Mr. Rhett and other latter-day saints
  • Times-Square-shoeshine-composition
  • pt. I. Where love is a scream of anguish
  • Faces
  • To a freedom fighter
  • Riot : 60's
  • We saw beyond our seeming
  • Black ode
  • No no no no --- My guilt
  • The calling of names
  • On working White liberals
  • Sepia fashion show
  • The thirteens
  • They went home
  • (Black)
  • The thirteens
  • (White)
  • Harlem hopscotch
  • The gamut
  • A Zorro man
  • To a man
  • Late October
  • No loser, no weeper
  • Poor girl
  • Come, and be my baby
  • Senses of insecurity
  • Alone
  • Communication I
  • Communication II
  • Wonder
  • A conceit
  • pt. III. Request
  • Africa
  • Oh pray my wings are gonna fit me well
  • America
  • For us, who dare not dare
  • Lord, in my heart
  • Artful pose
  • pt. IV. The couple
  • The pusher
  • Chicken-Licken
  • pt. V.I almost remember
  • Prisoner
  • Woman me
  • pt. I. Pickin em up and layin em down
  • John J.
  • Southeast Arkanasia
  • Song for the old ones
  • Child dead in old seas
  • Take time out
  • Elegy
  • Reverses
  • Little girl speakings
  • This winter day
  • Here's to adhering
  • On reaching forty
  • The telephone
  • pt. II. Passing time
  • Now long ago
  • Greyday
  • Refusal
  • Just for a time
  • pt. II. Traveling
  • Junkie monkey reel
  • The lesson
  • California prodigal
  • My Arkansas
  • Through the inner city to the suburbs
  • Lady luncheon club
  • Momma welfare roll
  • And still I rise
  • The singer will not sing
  • Willie
  • To beat the child was bad enough
  • Woman work
  • One more round
  • The traveler
  • Kin
  • The memory
  • pt. III. And still I rise
  • Still I rise
  • pt. I. Touch me, life, not softly
  • Ain't that bad?
  • Life doesn't frighten me
  • Bump d'bump
  • On aging
  • In retrospect
  • Just like Job
  • Call letters : Mrs. V.B.
  • Thank you, Lord
  • A kind of love, some say
  • Country lover
  • Remembrance
  • Where we belong, a duet
  • Phenomenal woman
  • Men
  • Impeccable conception
  • Caged bird
  • Avec merci, Mother
  • Arrival
  • A plagued journey
  • Starvation
  • Contemporary announcement
  • Prelude to a parting
  • Martial choreograph
  • To a suitor
  • Shaker, why don't you sing?
  • Insomniac
  • Weekend glory
  • The lie
  • Prescience
  • Family affairs
  • Changes
  • Brief innocence
  • The last decision
  • Slave coffee
  • Shaker, why don't you sing?
  • Awaking in New York
  • My life has turned to blue
  • A good woman feeling bad
  • The health-food diner
  • A Georgia song
  • Unmeasured tempo
  • Amoebaean for Daddy
  • Recovery
  • Love letter
  • Equality
  • Coleridge Jackson
  • Why are they happy people?
  • Son to mother
  • Known to Eve and me
  • These yet to be United States
  • Me and my work
  • Changing
  • Born that way
  • I shall not be moved
  • Televised
  • Nothing much
  • Glory falls
  • London
  • Savior
  • Many and more
  • The new house
  • Our grandmothers
  • Preacher, don't send me
  • Fightin' was natural
  • Worker's song
  • Loss of love
  • Seven women's blessed assurance
  • In my Missouri
  • They ask why
  • When great trees fall
  • Human family
  • Man bigot
  • Old folks laugh
  • Is love
  • Forgive
  • Insignificant
  • In and out of time
  • Ben Lear's bar mitzvah
  • Vigil
  • Prayer
  • Amazement awaits
  • His day is done
  • On the pulse of morning
  • Celebrations
  • A brave and startling truth
  • Continue
  • Sons and daughters
  • A Black woman speaks to Black manhood
  • Amazing peace
  • Mother : a cradle to hold me
Control code
884298105
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
First edition.
Extent
xvii, 308 pages
Isbn
9780812997880
Lccn
2014043508
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Note
WorldCat record variable field(s) change: 650, 655
System control number
(OCoLC)884298105

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