Condition: Good. Covers have some edge wear and tanning on the insides.
A phenomenal #1 bestseller that has appeared on the New York Times bestseller list for nearly three years, this memoir traces Maya Angelou's childhood in a small, rural community during the 1930s. Filled with images and recollections that point to the dignity and courage of black men and women, Angelou paints a sometimes disquieting, but always affecting picture of the people—and the times—that touched her life.
Mass Market Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: Bantam; Mass Paperback Edition edition (May 1, 1983)
32nd printing August, 1988