Analysis Of I Too Sing America By Langston Hughes

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Langston Hughes was born on January 1, 2002 in Joplin, Missouri and died on May 22, 1967. He lived with his grandmother as a child after her parents divorced. He stayed in Mexico for one year after graduating from high school. He spent another year at Columbia University in New York, where he joined the Harlem cultural movement. During his studies, he worked as a helper, money launderer and a busy man, then graduated from Lincoln University in Pennsylvania. His first novel "Not Without Laughter" won the Harmon Gold Medal in Literature in 1930. Through Hughes's writing, he criticized racism and he also published books, newspapers, novels. and on parity teaches poetry and claims that the real black men are real Americans. One of Hughes's poems. "I, Too, Sing America," he claimed he was also an American. At the beginning of the poem, he explained that when the guests arrived, people took him to the kitchen to eat his food because of his skin color. Instead of sad, he smiled happily and ate the food. In the fourth paragraph. Hughes concludes that African Americans are really good and beautiful in their own way. "Besides, they will see me beautiful and shameful," "I am also American." Hughes says that in the future, people will look at African Americans in a different way and realize that they are equal and deserve to be treated like an American. The theme of this poem is ambition, creating an identity for African Americans and fighting for freedom. Despite
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