The dream keeper and other poems
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The dream keeper and other poems
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Published by Including seven additional poems. in New York. Notes about edition: Including seven additional poems.



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ISBN 10: 067984421X

This book contains 83 pages, written in English.
Genres to which this book can be related:
Juvenile Poetry, Poetry

The book describes such subjects as:

Children's Poetry, American, African Americans -- Juvenile Poetry, African Americans -- Poetry, American Poetry -- African American

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About the book: A collection of sixty-six poems, selected by the author for young readers, including lyrical poems, songs, and blues, many exploring the black experience.

About the author(s): Langston Hughes was born in 1 February 1902
Langston Hughes(1902-1967)Writer, editor, lecturerLangston Hughes achieved fame as a poet during the burgeoning of the arts known as the Harlem Renaissance, but those who label him a Harlem Renaissance poet have restricted his fame to only one genre and decade. In addition to his work as a poet, Hughes was a novelist, columnist, playwright, and essayist, and though he is most closely associated with Harlem, his world travels influenced his writing in a profound way. Langston Hughes followed the example of Paul Laurence Dunbar, one of his early poetic influences, to become the second African American to earn a living as a writer. His long and distinguished career produced volumes of diverse genres and inspired the work of countless other African American writers.--From Gale Cengage Learning Free resources

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