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I Know WhyThe Caged Bird Sings By Anonymous I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings By Maya Angelou When I started reading I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings I thought that it was a little boring at first but I thought that it was about a young African-American girl who tells her troubles in life as she grows up I changed my mind about my thoughts on this book because I started reading it more I began to like it better and I was more into the book My favorite part of the book was when Maya started to open up to the world again and began by doing so by talking to Mrs Bertha Flowers I was confused by why Margaret and Bailey were sent back to stamps after the incident with Marguerite being raped with Mr Freeman Because if their parents loved them and could now afford to support them why couldnt they now stay with them I was surprised when Mr Freeman had began to sexually abuse and rape Maya because I didnt think that he would do such a thing to his girlfriends daughter and who would have thought that hed be such a cruel person to do that to a young helpless girl that didnt know right from wrong at the time I predict that Maya will finally fully overcome her rape and live a better life I liked the way the writer put a lot of emotions into her writing because it tells a lot about the character and how the character feels I didnt like that Marguerite and Bailey were sent to Mommas because their parents couldnt take care of them because children should feel loved and wanted by their parents and a real family should stick together through thick and thin no matter what If I wrote this book I would change the way that Bailey became distant from Maya because they had such a special
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