In "i know why the caged bird sings," how doesmarguerite's reaction to oppression differ from the reactionof the caged bird? •she refuses to dress nicely for mrs. flowers.•she refuses to leave the house.•she refuses to eat mrs. flowers's cookies.•she refuses to speak to anyone.​


In "i know why the caged bird sings," how doesmarguerite's reaction to oppression differ from the re

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The reaction of the central character in I Know Why the Caged Bird sings is to do with the refusal to accept racism and sexual violence that is part of the oppression inherent in US society at the time and the title suggests that the caged bird is trying to get free but in the meantime sings to make the best of the situation.
The answer to the question above is the last option: She refuses to speak to anyone. “I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings” is actually a book, specifically an autobiography, that was written by Maya Angelou and this is based on the authors real encounters in life. From the passage above, what Marguerite does when she feels the oppression of the caged bird is that she does not talk to anybody. This is because she knows the feeling of what a caged bird feels like. Hope this helps.
The answer is D "she refuses to speak to anyone"
She refuses to speak to anyone.

She refuses to speak to anyone.

Explanation:

Margarite's reaction to oppression differed from the reaction of the caged bird because she refused to speak to anyone which was different from the caged bird's approach which was to speak about the oppression black women faced  at the hands of the whites.

The Caged Bird is a poem written by N Maya Angelou where she talks about eh oppression minorities faced , which includes Native Americans, African Americans at the hands of whites, sometimes in their own land.

I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings is an autobiography by the same author Maya Angelou where she describes the strength of character she had and her love for literature helped her overcome racism and segregation.

She refuses to speak to anyone.

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she refused to speak to anyone

Marguerite's reaction to oppression differ from the reaction of the caged bird as She refuses to speak to anyone.

Further explanation

I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings is a 1969 autobiography that describe the early years of American writer and poet Maya Angelou. The first series of "I Know why the caged Bird Sings" in a seven-volume series, it is a coming-of-age story that illustrates how strength of character and a love of literature can help overcome racism and trauma.

Although Marguerite's thoughts tell the reader directly that she was embarrassed, she refuses to speak to anyone. her actions let the reader infer that she was also eager

The poem “Caged Bird” also has been written by N Maya Angelou. In the poem she speaks about the oppression which Black women had to face. It symbolizes the poem theme about the African American people who oppressed by the Whites in their own land. The cage represents the land which belongs to the native Americans, because of the Whites’ dominance over it, the natives had lost control over it.

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Grade:  9

Subject:  english

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