In the poem “Still I Rise” by Maya Angelou, the speaker tells an unnamed listener that they may lie and change how she is remembered in history, and they may insult and slander her but she will still rise. 

The speaker asks whether her boldness and confidence are upsetting to the listener, as she walks and acts as though she is rich. She then repeats that just as surely as the moon and the sun appear in the sky each day and as tides rise and fa...

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