Analysis Of I Too Sing America

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The tone of “I, Too, Sing America” is resistant and determined .This poem is written from the point of view of a darker man. The poet 's attitude towards America is self-assured. He may not be white, but he is confident in himself that he is just as great and equal to any other race out there. The poet says, “They send me to the kitchen, when company comes. But I laugh, And eat well, And grow strong.” This creates imagery of a darker man eating alone, with laughter of others in the background. It also creates a metaphor. He uses the time when he’s separated to get prepared. He is getting prepared for “tomorrow” when he won’t leave when company comes. He is sent to the kitchen to stay hidden from others. The way he is suppose to be hidden
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