© Paul P. Reuben
Chapter 10: Maya Angelou (1928- )
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Source: Maya Angelou: The Official Website
I know why the caged bird sings. NY: Random House, 1970. PS3551 .N464 Z466 (see Dunbar for the title source)
Just give me a cool drink of water 'fore I diiie; the poetry of Maya Angelou. NY: Random House, 1971. PS3551 .N464 J8
Gather together in my name. NY: Random House, 1974. PS3551 .N464 Z464
Oh pray my wings are gonna fit me well. NY: Random House, 1975. PS3551 .N464 O5
Blacks, blues, black! Summary videorecording; produced by KQED. Washington, D.C.: PBS Video, 1975. Video Cassette E185.86 .B542x
African cultural carryover-positive. videorecording; produced by KQED. Alexandria, Va.: PBS Video, 1975. Video Cassette E185.86 .A47x
Singin' and swingin' and gettin' merry like Christmas. NY: Random House, 1976. PS3551 .N464 Z475
And still I rise. NY: Random House, 1978. PS3551.N464 A8
The heart of a woman. NY: Random House, 1981. PS3551.N464 Z465
Shaker, why don't you sing? NY: Random House, 1983. PS3551 .N464 S52
All God's children need traveling shoes. NY: Random House, 1986. PS3551 .N464 Z463
Maya Angelou videorecording. produced and directed by David Grubin ; directed by Sydney Smith ; a production of the Corporation for Entertainment & Learning, Inc. in association with WNET/Thirteen. Washington, D.C.: PBS Video distributor, 1982. Video Cassette PS3551 .N464 Z56x
I shall not be moved. NY: Random House, 1990. PS3551 .N464 I17
Wouldn't take nothing for my journey now. NY: Random House, 1993. PS3551 .N464 W68
Phenomenal woman: four poems celebrating women. NY: Random House, 1994. PS3551 .N464 P48
Even the stars look lonesome. NY: Random House, 1997. PS3551 .N464 E94
Phenomenal woman. paintings by Paul Gauguin; edited by Linda Sunshine. NY: Random House, 2000. PS3551 .N464 P48
Selected Bibliography 1980-Present
Bloom, Harold. ed. Maya Angelou's I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. Philadelphia, PA: Chelsea House, 1998.
Bomarito, Jessica, Jeffrey W. Hunter, and Amy Hudock. eds. Feminism in Literature: A Gale Critical Companion. Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2004.
Elliot, Jeffrey M. ed. Conversations with Maya Angelou. Jackson: UP of Mississippi, 1989.
McPherson, Dolly. Order Out of Chaos: The Autobiographical Works of Maya Angelou. NY: Peter Lang, 1990.
Ryan, Judylyn S. Spirituality as Ideology in Black Women's Film and Literature. Charlottesville: U of Virginia P, 2005.
MLA Style Citation of this Web Page
Reuben, Paul P. "Chapter 10: Maya Angelou." PAL: Perspectives in American Literature- A Research and Reference Guide. URL:http://www.csustan.edu/english/reuben/pal/chap10/angelou.html (provide page date or date of your login).
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