She writes on legal pads while lying on the bed, with a bottle of sherry, a deck of cards to play solitaire , Roget's Thesaurus , and the Bible , and leaves by the early afternoon. She felt so guilty for his death that she chose to stop talking to everyone but Bailey for several years. Candace Smith, who reviews the audio version of the book, states that Angelou celebrates the unconditional acceptance and support of her mother, who comes across "as a street-smart, caring woman who shaped the author's life and legacy by her words and example". There is a difficult scene between Angelou and her brother, who despite his seemingly easy reentry into their mother's life when they were teenagers she calls them "the new lovers" ,  had descended into struggles with drug abuse. Smith also states, "Although her voice doesn't show much outward emotion, her words are so powerful and the stories so fascinating that we remain riveted". You've been a hard worker—white, black, Asian, and Latino women ship out of the San Francisco port because of you. Angelou chose to live on the streets until her wound was healed.
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