i know why the caged bird sings (introduction (what what is the first…
i know why the caged bird sings
what what is the first impression of the pome?
do you like it? why /why not?
at first when i saw the word birds and caged i thought it is going to be about how birds escape the caged
what is this pome about ?(what is the them or subject of the pome
through this pome she holds for us to see the suffering of the African American the them of the pome is that freedom is accentual part of humanity
what this title tell you about the pome
it told me that the author know about why the caged bird sings
tone; do you think the author has a positive or negative attitude toward the subject ? ( or a direct feeling toward the subject of the pome)
the tone of the pome is Comedic, Positive
making the bad stuff easier to swallow. sadness she knows she is feeling. Without the funny stuff, Caged Bird would be, well, super depressing.
why did you select this pome
i got attracted to the title i was wondering what dos he mean by the title
do you think the pome has a pourpse ? what do you think it is? what do others (experts)thinkitis
the pome presents a message of hope. Its purpose is Angelou writes a story that others can relate to, and is able to give a voice, not only to herself, but to others who suffer atrocities while growing up, and who face endemic racial prejudice
when was the poem written and /or published (year)
what do you know about that time period?
there was racism between black and white
does the author write about certain things from the past?
maya anglo did not write about the past she youse to write about her personal life
where was the poet living and what was he doing at that time?
She was respected as a spokesperson for black people and women, and her works have been considered a defense of black culture. Her works are widely used in schools and universities worldwide,
does the author write about a person or event from history? explain
the author talks about the history of african american and how they are suffering and trying to gert out of racism
do you think what was going on during that time period had anything to do with this poem? explain
yes , civil rights movement, but in the midst of the Great Depression and World War II.
Are there any divisions in the poem? (Spacing of lines, words, or letters; separate stanzas)
yes there were division it was separating stanzas witch made it more easier to understand
Does the poem rhyme?
it has a little
If yes, does it follow a particular scheme? If so, explain.
yes in the second stanza (cage(a) (rage(a) and in the third stanza (till(b) (hill(b)
How does the form of the poem contribute to the meaning of it? (For example, does the rhyming contribute, or lack of a rhyme contribute to the meaning of the imagery?)
the lack of rhyme makes the pome hard to understand and hard