Langston Hughes Reads His Poetry with commentary, audiotape from Caedmon Audio "Langston Hughes, Writer, 65, Dead", The New York Times, May 23, 1967. (1997 "Re/Membering Langston in Martin Duberman (ed. Partly as a show of support for the Republican faction during the Spanish Civil War, in 1937 Hughes traveled to Spain 76 as a correspondent for the Baltimore Afro-American and other various African-American newspapers. (And still are.) In anything that white people were likely to read, they wanted to put their best foot forward, their politely polished and cultural footand only that foot.". 17 During high school in Cleveland, Hughes wrote for the school newspaper, edited the yearbook, and began to write his first short stories, poetry, 18 and dramatic plays.
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