How Does Langston Hughes Compares Himself To Westley

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Hughes compares himself to Westley because unlike Westley who was tired of sitting there impatiently he felt like he didn’t have to be saved. Hughes was actually looking forward to being saved like his aunt said he would. So when he sees that Westley didn’t face any consequences for lying about being saved, he felt like he could have done what he did.
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