Here Maya Angelou, dazzling entertainer, casts the spotlight on her show business career -- a pageant of international scope. Maya, the woman, shares her sad, failed marriage to a white man, her early motherhood and achingly sensitive relationship with her young son, and her bone-deep, painful suspicion of the white world that welcomes her talent so dramatically ... "Honest, funny and heartwarming... The strenth o the book is Angelou's lyrical writing... a God-given gift." -- "The Washington Star." "The buoyant, gifted Maya Angelou continues her autobiography... both her joy and her despair have twice as much impact as most people's." -- "New York Magazine."
Publisher: Simon & Schuster