I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings Essay | Perseverence with the Help of Love

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Perseverence with the Help of Love

Summary: This is an essay on the novel "I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" by Maya Angelou. This essay describes how Maya Angelou is able to make it through her difficult childhood with the love of her brother Bailey.
Although Marguerite Johnson experiences an amazingly difficult childhood where she is often displaced and even raped at a young age, she is able to somehow overcome these adversities and succeed in life. One would wonder how much psychological counseling it would take to help a child that has experienced misfortunes such as these, but all it takes for Marguerite Johnson is her big brother. Bailey Johnson provides for Marguerite in a way that no one else does in the entire novel. He gives her his friendship, loyalty, and love at a time when she is vulnerable and needs it most. Bailey is also the most important and only unvarying part of her life. In contrast to Marguerite, Bailey is attractive, charming, and adored by everyone. Marguerite and Bailey are able to share everything from their joys to their frustrations during their childhoods, such as...

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