The Soviet Image of Utopia
Johns Hopkins University Press, 1975 - Communism - 192 pages
Portrays the American black writer and man of letters Langston Hughes, his Midwest roots, his college days (already a recognized poet), his travels, permanent settlement in Harlem, and involvement in the Harlem Renaissance.
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The Ideology Machine
The Utopian Tradition
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