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Big Bird of South Texas
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In 1976, people in South Texas Rio Grande Valley saw something. A huge bird that looked like a monkey in the face. It had blood-red eyes according to eye witness reports, and anyone who has ever seen this terrifying creature will tell you that it is scary and you will never wanna see it in your life. They will also tell you that it is anything but lovable. This creature may share some features as the big yellow bird on…...
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Symbolism and Language Patterns in “The Oven Bird”
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I. Introduction: The poem “The Oven Bird” was first published in Mountain Interval in 1916 by poet Robert Frost. The poem was written in sonnet form and is describing the song of the aforementioned bird. The oven bird is a metaphorical poem, as Frost often wrote using this technique. The poem in its entirety clearly represents something more than just a bird’s call or a mere natural setting. Frost is eluding toward life and death, the realization that we all…...
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A Bird that can do more than just fly
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It is not an animal bird, it is not a plane, it is a Bird electrical scooter. Many people have been seeing these electrical scooters in populated cities like Tempe. It is an appealing vehicle to college students, teens, and employees which can be seen all over Tempe, Arizona. Bird is a dockless scooter-share company based in Santa Monica, California. Bird was founded in 2017 by Travis Vanderzanden who is an American businessman, and the current CEO of Bird. It…...
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Marguerite (Maya) in I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings: Character Analysis
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From the beginning of I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings to the ending of Mom & Me & Mom, Maya Angelou’s personality and qualities have changed and developed immensely. During Caged Bird, Maya is presented as a studious, inquisitive young girl, who has a passion for literature and schooling. She is also blaringly aware of the prejudice and discrimination present in the society around her because of her race. Through her time with her grandmother and her own mother,…...
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Symbolism of the Doves
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  That is where the first shift in the story and in the symbolism of the doves occurs. After searching for a few days, Colometa finally found a job cleaning houses for an old couple down town. "Every day [she] felt more worn out" (Rodoreda 96). Her little headaches had become big headaches and her annoyance of the doves had begun to grow. In fact, one day, when she returned home from work, she heard her son Antonio and her…...
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Do you want to be a Duck or an Eagle?
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The story about an eagle egg There is story about a farmer who took an eagle egg and placed it in his hen’s nest. So the eagle was raised like a chicken. He always had trouble trying to be a chicken. His heart kept telling him that some thing was not right. Much of the time he was lonely because he did not fit in. One time he tried to take off by flapping his wings and the farmer caught…...
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The initial portion
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The initial portion of the chapter introduces us to the art of story-telling which is a dominant aspect of African culture. Ekwefi recounts Ezinma a story abut a wily, cunning and a greedy tortoise, which persuades the birds to lend him feathers to make wings so that he can attend the feast in the sky with them. We notice that Achebe enumerates phrases in the fable that make the tortoise symbolic of the white man, that is, the British. It…...
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Angry Birds
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Angry Birds have always been a popular household game amongst young people, including myself. I remember when my much younger cousin asked me to help her to win a game by shooting a bird on a pig, and that is when I realized that winning this game, might need a bit of Mathematics. The gamers are firstly presented with different kinds of birds, with different power abilities. Then, the bird is placed on a slingshot, that shoots out a trajectory,…...
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The Birds by Alfred Hitchcock Film Review
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The Birds is one of Alfred Hitchcock's finest works of technical achievement. In this review I will provide an overview of performance, describe the films general theme, plot, character development, and style. As well as giving examples of standard editing technique used in this film compared to today’s new technology of editing technique. I will show how costumes, makeup, and acting lead to and detract from a memorable viewing experience of watching the film The Birds. Overview of Performance Tippi…...
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Birds Eye and the UK frozen food industry
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1. Why did Birds Eye develop as a vertically integrated producer? When Birds Eye started a business, during the early 50’s, the frozen food industry was a completely new market, where still was needed to develop some major issues. During this period the industry was growing really fast, around a 40% per annum. In order to maintain and sustain its growth, Birds Eye needed a very efficient and reliable supply chain. The strategy of vertically integration allowed the company to…...
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Angry Birds May be Even Angrier
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Angry Birds has been top of Apple’s App Store’s paid apps chart for ages, and was close to becoming a fixture, but over the last three weeks it has been toppled by a Disney app game for the Apple iPad and iPhone. This game features Swampy a rather laid-back alligator who like to laze luxuriously in his bathtub, scrubbing his back. Players have to help him dodge toxic gloop and guide water into the tub. Prizes are rubber ducks. This…...
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Addictive Angry Birds Game
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If you are one of the few people who have never played Angry Birds, then you are in for a treat. This game is awesome and has sold millions of copies around the world. You can play it on your mobile device, or on your PC or laptop. It is fun and addictive, so make sure that you set aside some time to play as you will get carried away trying to kill those pesky pigs who have stolen the…...
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The Golden Bird Analysis
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In my own opinion, and using the little knowledge of shamanism that I have, this tale would seem to describe in allegory a shamanic journey, at least as I, a non-practitioner, have heard them described. The protagonist in our first tale, The Golden Bird, is the youngest son of a king. The young prince encounters his fetch in the form of a fox, and together they embark upon several trials in which they seek to win various 'golden' objects (and…...
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The topic of this research article is to extend a hypothesis called
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The topic of this research article is to extend a hypothesis called the species confidence hypothesis which states that birds are drawn to the colors on their bodies and reject colors that are not. In this study they have tested this hypothesis on non-avian reptiles suggesting these reptiles will be less fearful of the colors used during mating than those that are not. This preference for certain colors by these reptiles is impacted by humans in areas both humans and…...
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A Correlation Between Raptor Abundance And Dune Height
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The results shown in this report demonstrate a strong correlation between raptor abundance and dune height and can therefore infer that it supports the hypothesis being tested. A primary mechanism for why raptors use taller dunes may be for efficient flight patterns. Previous literature has focused on avian scavengers and their physical morphologies, for the adaptation of soaring flight rather than flapping. They utilise strong winds (thermals) in high mountain ranges to aid in soaring patterns (Ruxton & Houston 2004).…...
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Chapter 1: The Beginning
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It has been an hour since I have been moving to the north-east and I was beginning to feel tired. I expected to reach the Safe House in some time then it hit me, I don't know how the Safe House looks like. I got off my bicycle and I randomly started shouting at the sky cursing the gods. You don't wanna do that bro. I got startled as the mystery boy appeared from nowhere. My apologies. I didn't mean…...
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Quail As Laboratory Animal
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Coturnix The (Coutrix) common quails are birds originating from Asia, Africa, and Europe. Species and subspecies of coutrix are native to all continents except America.one of the domesticated species is Japanese quail (Coutrix japonica) (Faqi et al., 1997). The quail is a small bird that inhabits woodland and forest. The common quail is a migratory bird belong to family Phasianidae and order Galliformes like chicken. It is distributed across Eurasia during the breeding period. About 430,000 to 480,000 released quails…...
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Birds and boys
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Birds and boys with BB guns don't mix well. Growing up on the farm in western Nebraska in the 1970s, my four brothers and I all had BB guns. When we weren't shooting at beer cans or each other (yes, we were stupid enough to do that) we were often shooting at birds. I hate to say it, but we killed a lot of sparrows, pigeons and barn swallows as well as a few killdeer, meadowlarks and kingbirds. We became…...
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Analysis of Art
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Formal Analysis A work of art usually consists of various techniques which the artist uses to express himself/herself. He /she uses a mixture of artistic elements and combine them to come up with admirable paintings and drawings. These elements include lines, color, patterns, balance and light among others. Lines The artist used lines in this art. The artist used vertical lines to be able to bring out the grass lanes and the road clearly. Lines are also used to bring…...
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Birds of the Nebraska Prairie
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Boldly patterned bobolinks. Grand greater prairie chickens. Amazing aerial vocalists like Sprague's pipits and of course, our beloved eastern and western meadowlarks. They're all birds of the Nebraska prairie and, while the prairie is important to them for home and habitat, food and fledging they are important to us. During this Year of the Bird, let's look a little closer at our disappearing grassland species and not only celebrate them, but step up and save them. Since the earliest painters…...
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Biological Resources: Wildlife
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This section describes all the listed, non-listed wildlife in the vicinity of the Project, including common wildlife species, migratory bird species that are protected under the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA). Threatened and endangered species and aquatic biotas, such as coral reef and marine species, are also addressed in this section. The analysis area for impacts to wildlife includes the wind farm sites and Kamalo Harbor. This consists of all potential effects on wildlife and wildlife habitats, including habitat loss…...
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Looking up at the sky as the birds fly by on a
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Looking up at the sky as the birds fly by on a hot sunny day thinking about my plans and what Iplan on doing for the day, watching cars by pass one by one seeing the trees blow and the wind.As I watch and stare at the pond I see little tad poles in the water dosing off in a trans I start towalk and block out every sound of voices and cars and forget about what's around me at…...
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John Byam Liston Shaw’s 1901 oil painting pf ‘the Boer War’ presents
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John Byam Liston Shaw's 1901 oil painting pf 'the Boer War' presents the theme of loss through the symbolism of birds. Similarly, birds are a recurring figure in the Croatian artist Lonac's work acting to convey a strong emotional message. However, unlike Shaw, Lonac's detailed public murals are primarily executed with spray paint and minimal brushwork, a technique he has self-taught and refined through extensive fieldwork over the years.The time period in which the two artists lived and created during…...
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Ecosystems represent units within which complex ecological
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Ecosystems represent units within which complex ecological interactions amongst living organisms and the non-living environmental component that support life occur. Amongst many others, these natural ecosystems include forests, grasslands and deserts (Kunz et al., 2011). The ecological interactions of living organisms in ecosystems inadvertently produce benefits that are important to the sustenance of life (Kunz et al., 2011; Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, 2003). Ideally, well-functioning ecosystems give rise to natural processes that facilitate primary productivity, disperse seed, drive decompose matter, provide…...
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Birdsong by Sebastian Faulks
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This highly unpredictable 1993 novel by award-winning Faulks, focuses on the Battle of the Somme, famous chiefly on account of the loss of 58,000 British troops. The scenery is depicted so clearly that the readers will feel as though they are actually there, witnessing the mutilated, grotesque bodies, all as a result of the terrible war. The story begins in the house of Azaire, in France, 1910. 20-year-old Englishman Stephen Wraysford is staying there, whilst learning more about the textiles…...
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Unbound Freedom of “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings”
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After a childhood full of cruelties, disappointments, and being raped at the hands of her mother’s boyfriend, Maya Angelou survived and became the most important civil, human, and Women’s Rights Activist. After her rape she was silent for 5 years, and only through the encouragement of her grandmother did she start to write and act. Her writings won her world acclaim and she was nominated for the National Book Award, a Tony Award and a Pulitzer Prize. She is indisputably…...
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The Importance of the Pelvic Girdle in the Rise of Birds from Reptiles
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Abstract      This paper presents a discourse on the role of the pelvic girdle in the evolution or rise of birds from reptiles.  The evolution of birds will be presented first as introduction followed by the laying down of the similar characteristics of birds and reptiles.  The similarities between birds and reptiles are significant in that they provide a basis for the theory that birds evolved from reptiles or that reptiles are the ancestors of birds.  The pelvic girdle and…...
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Film Analysis: The Bird Cage
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In the year 1996, Mike Nichols decided to produce and direct the film version of the highly successful 1978 stage play La Cage Aux Follies. Geared towards the western tastes of the American audience, he called the movie The Bird Cage and presented the public with a hilarious yet informative movie about a gay man who fathers a son after an affair with a woman. The film showcases the brilliant talent of Robin Williams as Armand Goldman, father to Val…...
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A Firebird’s Nest
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Myths and cultural past of India has been a favourite choice of Salman Rushdie partly because he has a tenuous link with his land which gives tremendous leaps to his thoughts and fancy and partly because India asa major literary subject helps him win the favour of his western audience by catering to their devious curiosity about Indian ethos. As a literary strategy he mixes the fiction of his mind with the material picked up from the past for for…...
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“Early Bird” or “Second Mouse”
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“The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese.” Decide which of the strategies (“early bird” or “second mouse”) is the most effective in your life as a student and life in general. The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese was first recorded in 1605 in William Camden’s book of proverbs and has remained part of the misplaced work ethic ever since. The early bird gets the worm…...
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Bird by Bird
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The first thing she states to her trainee on the very first day of school is that to write is to inform the fact, to express yourself and maybe find who you are. Being an author provides you an excuse to go out into the world, explore and figure out what life is everything about. Lamott discusses what great and dedicated writing is, she convinces those who desire to be more than a guy operating in a small workplace and…...
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The Great Scarf of Birds
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Poetry is structured in several different ways. Much of the author’s way of writing converges the reader into knowing how to interpret the writing. John Updike is on an artificial man-made field (the golf field), and this foreshadows his eventual realization of his detachment from nature. He is playing at Cape Ann in October, and analyzes the nature around him. At the end of the poem, he states that after viewing this unforgettable imagery, his heart had been lifted. He…...
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The jew bird
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?As Debra Spark says in her introduction, Bernard Malamud uses “fairy tale, myth and magic” not to distract us from reality, but “lead [us] to it in the most profound way. ” Imagine us diving back into the words of our favorite childhood fairy tales and stories, letting them lead us to examine our own reality in a way we didn't know how back when we were children. Malamund allows us to do that with his stories “The Magic Barrel,”…...
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If Birds of a Feather Flock Together
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“If birds of a feather flock together, they don’t learn enough.” To me, this quote means that you have to be on your own to learn, to grow, and create your own life. If you stay in the same place with the same people you will not have the chance to see what more is out there and how many things life has to offer. Sometimes you find yourself in the middle of nowhere, and in the middle of nowhere…...
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Bird Flu
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In this paper I am going to talked about what is the bird flu, how do humans get the bird flu, how can people catch the bird flu from another person, has the bird flu been seen in the United States, what are the signs and symptoms of the bird flu in humans and is there a bird flu vaccine and treatment. Bird flu, or avian influenza, is a viral infection spread from bird to bird. Currently, a particularly deadly…...
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If I Were a Bird
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If I were a bird, I would like to be one of the small species, cute and beautiful. I would love to be a tiny maina who is beautiful, tiny and above all, it is a bird that man can keep as a pet. I would love to stay with men, study their ways and enjoy their company. This I would be able to do with men as, God has given the maina a power of speech just like men.…...
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Birds and Animals
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Name : Chukar The Chukar is a rotund 32–35 cm (13–14 in) long partridge, with a light brown back, grey breast, and buff belly. The shades vary across the various populations. The face is white with a black gorget. It has rufous-streaked flanks, red legs and coral red bill. Sexes are similar, the female slightly smaller in size and lacking the spur.[2] The tail has 14 feathers, the third primary is the longest while the first is level with the…...
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Ralph Ellison’s “On Bird, Bird-Watching, and Jazz”
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Analysis on Ralph Ellison’s “On Bird, Bird-Watching, and Jazz” Ellison’s purpose in this essay is to prove that “Parker was a most inventive melodist-a true songster” which is evident in paragraph one. He uses the fascination of nicknames to symbolize the achievements of “Bird” and the impact the nickname had on others. He adds in a joke near the end of paragraph two, “why, during a period when most jazzmen were labeled “cats”, someone hung the bird on Charlie.” to…...
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The “Powhitetrash” Children of “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings”
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In the first six chapters of “I Know Why The Caged Birds Sing”, many events happen. One event in particular was the poor white children, also known as the “powhitetrash” children, disrespected Momma. When Marguerite was ten-years-old, three “powhitetrash” children approached the Store. As they walked closer, Momma told her to head inside. The children mocked Momma by imitating all her body gestures and stance. They also referred to Momma by her first name, which was very disrespectful considering the…...
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The pathway of air in amphibians, birds, fish, and humans.
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How are they alike, and different? Is one more efficient than another? Gills/Lungs?HumansIn humans air travels into the mouth, or nose, and into the nasal cavity, followed by pharynx. The pharynx is where food and air cross paths. The pharynx increases the chance of choking, but also allows breathing when exercising and respiration though the mouth, if the nose is closed. Next, epiglottis opens allowing air to move into the glottis, and pass the larynx (voice box). After this air…...
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Marguerite (Maya) in I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings: Character Analysis
...Throughout each, she faces hardships and adversity but, works harder throughout each to get ahead doing whatever is necessary to get there. For example, when she is working in the nightclub, she gets a percentage of the alcohol sales that she contrib...
Ecosystems represent units within which complex ecological
...Although not much emphasis is placed on the role of bats as prey items for other animals, reports indicate that they constitute some proportion of the diets of birds, reptiles and some carnivorous mammals (Mikula et al., 2016; Vargas, Landaeta, &...
Unbound Freedom of “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings”
...Works Cited Angelou, Maya. The Complete Collected Poems of Maya Angelou. 1st ed. New York: Random House, 1994. 101. Arensberg, Liliane K. "Death as Metaphor of Self in I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. " College Language Association Journal 20 (1976):...
The “Powhitetrash” Children of “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings”
...This experience shows how racism was back in the 1930s. Even though slavery was abolished in the late 1800s, there was still racism and segregation in the following decades ahead. In the South, blacks were not considered people to the whites. The whi...

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