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Langston Hughes 'Poem I, Too'

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Langston Hughes woke the minds of numerous of people with his broad opened deeper understanding of what is really going on America. Hughes wrote during the Harlem Renaissance, capturing the black voice through a written form. Black culture depended on the concept of oral tradition by passing down stories to generations. Hughes descriptive poem I, Too is portrayed as a symbol, he discusses the way the that black people were viewed in the eyes of other people with different skin colors. The opening stanza “I, too, sing America”, phrase represents I; the group of African American men painted as the “darker brother”. Hughes is declaring that he too is capable to be a part of the group of others Americans, that there should not be a division among
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