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The complete collected poems of Maya Angelou.

Angelou, Maya. (Author).
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  • 26 of 27 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Record details

  • ISBN: 067942895X (acid-free paper)
  • ISBN: 9780679428954 (acid-free paper)
  • Physical Description: xiv, 273 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: New York : Random House, c1994.

Content descriptions

Formatted Contents Note: Just give me a cool drink of water 'fore I diiie: They went home -- The gamut -- A Zorro man -- To a man -- Late October -- No loser, no weeper -- When you come to me -- Remembering -- In a time -- Tears -- The detached -- To a husband -- Accident -- Let's majeste -- After -- The mothering blackness -- On diverse deviations -- Mourning grace -- How I can lie to you -- Sounds like pearls -- When I think about myself -- On a bright day, next week -- Letter to a aspiring junkie -- Miss Scarlett, Mr. Rhett and other latter-day saints -- Times-square-shoeshine-composition -- 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 -- Thirteens (black) -- Thirteens (white ) -- Harlem hopscotch -- Oh pray my wings are gonna fit me well: Pickin em up and layin em down -- Here's to adhering -- On reaching forty -- The telephone -- Passing time -- Now long ago -- Greyday -- Poor girl -- Come. And be my baby -- Senses of insecurity -- Alone -- Communication I -- Communication II -- Wonder -- A conceit -- Request -- Africa -- America -- For us, who dare not dare -- Lord, in my heart -- Artful pose -- The couple -- The pusher -- Chicken-licken -- I almost remember -- Prisoner -- Woman me -- 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 -- And still I rise: A kind of love, some say -- Country lover -- Remembrance -- Where we belong, a duet -- Phenomenal woman -- Men -- Refusal -- Just for a time -- Junkie monkey reel -- Lesson -- California prodigal -- My Arkansas -- Through the inner city to the suburbs -- Lady luncheon club -- Momma welfare roll -- The singer will not sing -- Willie -- To beat the child was bad enough -- Woman work -- One more round -- The traveler -- Kin -- The memory -- Still I rise -- 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.
Shaker, why don't you sing?: Awaking in New York -- A good woman feeling bad -- The health-food diner -- A Georgia song -- Unmeasured tempo -- Amoebaean for Daddy -- Recovery -- Impeccable conception -- Caged bird -- Avec merci, Mother -- Arrival -- A plagued journey -- Starvation -- Contemporary announcement -- Prelude to a parting -- Martial choreograph -- To a suitor -- Insomniac -- Weekend glory -- The lie -- Prescience -- Family affairs -- Changes -- Brief innocence -- The last decision -- Slave coffle -- Shaker, why don't you sing? -- My life has turned to blue -- I shall not be moved: Worker's song -- Human family -- Man bigot -- Old folks laugh -- Is love -- Forgive -- Insignificant -- 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 -- Televised -- Nothing much -- Glory falls -- London -- Savior -- Many and more -- The new house -- Our grandmothers -- Preacher, don't send me -- Fightin' was natural -- Loss of love -- Seven women's blessed assurance -- In my Missouri -- They ask why -- Ailey, Baldwin, Floyd, Killens, and Mayfield -- On the pulse of morning.
Summary, etc.: For the first time, the complete collection of Maya Angelou's published poems-including "On the Pulse of Morning"-in a permanent collectible, handsome hardcover edition.
Subject: American poetry.

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