FAscinating. Couldn't put it down.
this is the contiuing story of the author's incredible life.is very interesting to read them in order as i did.
this is my other "faorite" of the series. it is the 4th book of the series. this portrays her life in NYC and The Harlem Writers Guild. She meets many famous people and this leads her to a new chapter in her life.
WOW. What a woman. Her personal narrative.
What an interesting life of Maya Angelou. Starting in the 1950's
in black America. Her story is filled with unforgettable characters with Maya front and center as one very unforgetable character. She met and worked with some very famous people along the way. It was the start of Maya's multi talented list of careers. The honest and sometimes very sad stories of the the ups and downs along the way with men breaking her heart.
She lead a busy life, starting one career after another, alone most of the time,bringing up her only son. I highly recomend this book.
Anything that Maya Angelou writes is poignant and well written - this personal narrative tells about her relationships with both famous people and those who are closest to her heart - her son, especially.
A fifth autobiographical volume from Ms. Angelou about her career and the maturing of her son.
A perconal nattative; national bestseller read by the author.
Never disappointed from maya angelou. A book that should be in everyones collection.
I see this book as a journey thru her life and its quite remarkable
I liked this book. Like the most of the books from Oprah's Book Club.
the 4th volume of her autobiography-excellent as she always is.
Filled with unforgettable vignettes of famous characters, from Billie Holiday to Malcolm X, The Heart of a Woman sings with Maya Angelou's eloquent prose--her fondest dreams, her deepest disappointments, and her dramatically tender relationship with her rebellious teenage son. Vulnerable, humorous, tough, Maya speaks with an intimate awareness of the heart within us all.
Maya Angelous 4th volumn of her autobiography. A good read from Oprahs Book Club List.
Angelou is an amazing writer and has lived an amazing life. This book is terrific and pulls you right along.
In the 4th volume of her highly acclaimed autobiography, Maya Angelou continues one of the most remarkable - and inspiring - personal narratives of our age.
As The Heart of a Woman begins, her turbulent life breaks wide open with hoy as the singer-dancer enters the razzle-dazzle of fabulous NYC. There, at the Harlen Writers Guild, her love for writing blazes anew.
Excellent book - Great writer and woman.
As always, a beautifully written book by Miss Angelou.
I don't normally like biographies/autobiographies. But I'm changing my tune.
She writes well. Very real. Very true. It is her emotions and her life out there. Takes courage to write something like this.
This book makes me think. Makes me think about racial relations and how deep it runs.
Time that this book covers....She works part of the time with Martin Luther King, Jr (in a ny chapter). Meets with Malcolm X. Works to further the civil rights movement and spends part of the time in Africa.
She talks about her life/son/marriage in with the history.
I didn't like this book. It seemed to be rather dry. The old adage of "too much information!" applies here. It's good for a history of her life ,however.
"Verve, nerve and joy in her own talents effervesce throughout this book"--Julian O'Faolain
"Maya Angelou's five books of autobiography [this is book 4] are a testament to the talents and resilience of an extraodinary writer!"
A wonderful book.
Another Maya Angelou book.
I loved this book - I am a Maya Angelou fan and her life story is fascinating.
The fourth volume of Maya Angelo's autobiography.
Book 4 of Maya Angelou's highly acclaimed autobiography.
Fourth volume of her autobiography
Love all of her books. This one goes through the M.L. King years.
One problem the first 6 pages came loose from the binding. It is in good shape otherwise