Women as a Stigma of Bravery: An Analaysis of Maya Angelou "Maya Angelou"

  • A Mathu Mitha Voorhees College, Vellore
Keywords: Protest, Racism, Injustice, Survival

Abstract

Marguerite Annie Johnson known as Maya Angelou was an Americanpoet and civil right activist. she is well known for her unique autobiographical writings. Many of her poemsencompasses the themes of survival and protest. she was the hero for many women. she voicesout the rights of women, racism and slavery. The paper examines the racism and injustice meted out of women the in United States. got throws light on the intuition of black people opportunity, slavery and the rights for women. The regarding attempts to analyse whether the rights bestowed to women are acquiesced by the society.

Published
2022-01-01
How to Cite
Mathu Mitha, A. (2022). Women as a Stigma of Bravery: An Analaysis of Maya Angelou "Maya Angelou". Shanlax International Journal of English, 10(S1-Jan), 28-29. https://doi.org/10.34293/english.v10iS1-Jan2022.4723