Langston Hughes's Poems During The Harlem Renaissance

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Langston Hughes’s poems show how he saw his life as he was growing up. Hughes’s poems involve how The Harlem Renaissance during the 1920’s affected not only the African- American culture, but the soul as well. Most of the poems in Hughes’s collection include how black people felt towards the way white people treated them. Black people during the 60’s were trying to fight for equality and, to get to where they want to be; many often saw their dreams deferred.
The connections I saw between Hughes’s work and the social climate of the time was that he often wrote what he felt and his words described a vivid picture of what he saw during the Harlem Renaissance. For example, in the poem “English B” he wrote an essay describing how he sometimes
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