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Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey Now by Maya Angelou
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Apr 27, 11

Read in January, 1990

For anyone who hasn't read Maya Angelou I'd run to the closest bookstore. I've read all her books, as I do when I like any author, and I have to say Maya Angelou is beautiful and gracious in all of her books as well as in person. I saw her once in Santa Cruz, Ca. and once in New Mexico and I often think about the regal presence she gave in her presentations. Both a poet and memoir writer, her books speak about life and love and hardship and they don't mess around. In Wouldn't Take Nothing for my Journey Now Maya Angelou gives validity to her own traumatic childhood while validating the childhood of her reader as well. You can start with any of her books you choose and you'll be glad you did.
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Carol Jan, which one of Maya's books has the quote about "the life-giving power of literature..."?

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