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24 June, 12:34

What did mya refer to as a foreign country? in the book i know why the caged bird sings

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  1. 24 June, 13:10
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    Mya referred to St. Louis as a foreign country.

    Explanation:

    "I know whyy the Caged Bird Sings" is an autobiographical account of the life of Maya Angelou. This book narrates about the childhood of Maya.

    Maya and her brother lived with their paternal grandmother after being left by their parents. In chapter 2, Maya describes how she, at the age of three, and her brother Bailey, four at that time, were left to travel alone by their father to their grandmother's house. Since then, they lived with their grandmother, whom they addressed as 'Momma.' But one day, their father arrives at Stamps, and take both the kids with him and drops them at St. Louis, where their mother lives.

    It was her mother's place, St. Louis, that Mya referred to as 'foreign'. The author feels strange being with her mother, whom she does not know and the country St. Louis 'as foreign', a place with which she would never get used to.
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