Google Celebrates Dr. Maya Angelou’s 90th Birthday with an Amazing Doodle
Dr. Maya Angelou had an inconceivable life, and Wednesday’s Google Doodle praises it.
Angelou is presently known as a world renowned writer and artist who distributed seven life accounts and a few books of verse, however her initial life was horrendous. At 7 years old she was sexually mishandled and assaulted by her mom’s beau. He was discharged from imprison following one day. After four days he was killed, and Angelou wound up quiet for a long time. Later Angelou would state, “I thought, my voice executed him; I murdered that man, since I told his name.”
Dr Maya Angelou once stated: “I’ve discovered that individuals will overlook what you stated, individuals will overlook what you did, yet individuals will always remember how you affected them.”
Amid this particular time of her life she wound up fascinated in the composed word. She read Shakespeare, Dickens and Edgar Allen Poe and wound up intrigued by dark craftsmen like Frances Harper, Anne Spencer and Jessie Fauset.
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, her best known work, was essential to the improvement of what numerous allude to as self-portraying fiction. Her work concentrated on issues, for example, bigotry and character.
She passed away in May 28, 2014. Today would have been her 90th birthday celebration.