Race and Langston Hughes' Poetry
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In this paper, the theme of race is analyzed within "Mother to Son", "Harlem, A Dream Deferred", and "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" by Langston Hughes. The writer discusses that by comparing and contrasting the varying levels of racism found within these poems, Hughes suggests a wide variety of racial perspectives that define the African-American experience.
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