Langston Hughes in the Hispanic world and Haiti

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Archon Books, 1977 - History - 193 pages
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An essay on Hughes's travels and literary reputation, a bibliography of his writings translated into Spanish, poems and prose pieces written for black journals of the thirties, and four Spanish-language articles on Hughes reveal the impact of the Hispanic

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Contents

Preface
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The Literary Reputation of Langston Hughes in
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Langston Hughess Works Translated into Spanish
47
Copyright

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Langston Hughes (1902-1967) ranks as one of the greatest

Langston Hughes (1902-1967) ranks as one of the greatest American poets of the twentieth century. A landmark figure American poets of the twentieth century. A landmark figure in the Harlem Renaissance, his work profoundly captures and in the Harlem Renaissance, his work profoundly captures and celebrates the trials and triumphs of his exquisitly drawn ccelebrates the trials and triumphs of his exquisitly drawn characters. In addition to his poetry, he was also the authorharacters. In addition to his poetry, he was also the author of the novels "Not Without Laughter" and "Something in Comm of the novels "Not Without Laughter" and "Something in Common", the play "Mulatto", and two volumes of autobiography. on", the play "Mulatto", and two volumes of autobiography.

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