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After Baxter helps her through the birth of her son, Angelou goes from calling Baxter "Lady" to "Mom".In the book's second section, entitled "Me & Mom", Angelou chronicles the unconditional love, support, and assistance they gave to each other, as Baxter helps her through single motherhood, a failed marriage, and career ups and downs.It focuses, for the first time in her books, on Angelou's relationship with her mother, Vivian Baxter.The book explains Baxter's behavior, especially Baxter's abandonment of Angelou and Angelou's older brother when they were young children, and fills in "what are possibly the final blanks in Angelou's eventful life".When they returned to San Diego, Angelou's stepmother cut Angelou with a pair of scissors during an argument.Angelou chose to live on the streets until her wound was healed.She felt so guilty for his death that she chose to stop talking to everyone but Bailey for several years.They were sent back to Stamps, but when Bailey turned 14, they returned to their mother's care in San Francisco for his protection.
Baxter's family was violent, yet religious and musical.
As she had begun to do in I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, and continued throughout her series, Angelou upheld the long traditions of African-American autobiography.
At the same time she made a deliberate attempt to challenge the usual structure of the autobiography by critiquing, changing, and expanding the genre.
Angelou explains in the book's prologue why she wrote the book, which was to explain how she became, despite being born poor, Black, and female, a renowned author and poet.
The book is divided into two sections: the first 13 chapters are grouped into the first section, called "Mom & Me", and the remaining chapters make up the second section, called "Me & Mom". I use the word love, not meaning sentimentality, but a condition so strong that it may be that which holds the stars in their heavenly positions and that which causes the blood to flow orderly in our veins.