'Visible' Book Club: 'I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings' (1969)

10.30AM Thu 26 Jul 2018
QAG | Members lounge | Sold Out

Maya Angelou was an outstanding poet, writer and civil rights activist in the United States. I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings is the first, and the most highly acclaimed, of her seven autobiographical works. The story covers Maya's childhood and adolescence in Arkansas in the 1930s and 40s and explores racism, rape, identity and literacy. Graphic subject matter has seen the book banned in some institutions, while being taught in others as a critical work in the development of American memoir.

To join the discussions hosted by Book Club Facilitator Eve Jensen, simply book online or call (07) 3840 7278 | $12 Members| $17 Members' guests (includes coffee/tea and sweets) | Members receive 20% off current and past Book Club titles from the QAGOMA Store. Pre-order your books to avoid disappointment. Contact the QAGOMA Store on (07) 3840 7290 at the beginning of the season