Reading and Exploring 'Caged Bird' by Maya Angelou
In this lesson, you will explore Angelou's use of symbolism and free verse in her poem 'Caged Bird'.
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Lesson summary: Reading and Exploring 'Caged Bird' by Maya Angelou
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This was the final lesson in the unit Revolutionary and Protest poetry: ‘America’ Claude McKay, ‘Rosa’ Rita Dove, ‘Torture’/ ‘We alone can devalue gold’ Alice Walker, ‘Good Bones (2016)’ Maggie Smith, 'To the Indifferent Women' Charlotte Perkins Gilman, ‘Caged Bird’ Maya Angelou.