American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Angelou, Maya Originally Marguerite Johnson. Born 1928. American poet, playwright, and novelist best known for her autobiographical novels, including I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1970).
“Maya Angelou is a hugely popular poet of the people at a time when poetry is not hugely popular, and, though she teaches, she is not a poet of academia.”
“Maya Angelou is a great poet and her endorsement is sincere and significant.”
“Maya Angelou is an amazing person who's made wonderful cultural contributions to our country.”
“Maya Angelou is a respected writer & a famous black personality in the literary world, she has an excellent judgement & she made the right choice of supporting HILLARY!”
“Also see the discussion on Gedeon in Angelou and Elias (1976). back”
“With all due respect, Maya Angelou is part of that group of African Americans who remembers Bill Clinton as a good man and President and one who supported the blacks.”
“Maya Angelou is one of the most respected women in America.”
“Maya Angelou is respected, but I think she has lost touch with reality, maybe showing early signs of dementia if she thinks Hillary is an honest individual.”
“Don't know what Maya Angelou is thinking .... maybe she is totally oblivious of all the lies Clinton has told or maybe she is just blinded by the fact that she might get to see a woman president before she dies ... she isn't thinking clearly obviously!”
“Maya Angelou is one of the greatest poets who ever lived ...”
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