Poetry Analysis For this assignment I will be analyzing Langston Hughes’ “Life is Fine” poem. Written in 1949, widely recognized as Hughes’ most successful piece of work as it focuses on the struggles of not only life for African Americans, but for humanity as a whole. Langston Hughes’ poem “Life is Fine” illustrates the ongoing pandemic of depression and people deciding death is the only permanent solution for their problems in life through its use of theme, tone, and diction.
to Samarkand by Langston Hughes and Jamilya by Aitmatov, which are both set in Central Asia, seem to have quite contrasting approaches to the raised question. In Jamilya, the question is approached from a collectivist perspective, whereas in South to Samarkand, it is approached from a more individualistic mindset. However in Aitmotov 's Jamilya, Jamilya, a women born and raised in a collectivist culture, eventually decides to put herself above her society. And in Langston Hughes ' South to Samarkand
Analysis of The Negro Speaks of rivers by Langston Hughes By Ida Christensen I’m going to be writing about the poem, The Negro Speaks of Rivers. This poem is from the Harlem Renaissance. Langston Hughes created this when he was just eighteen years old. This poem is one of the greatest and most beautiful poems Langston Hughes has ever created, and I’m writing this to explain to you just why that is. This meaningful poem was written on a train ride to Mexico, where he passed the Mississippi