Vintage Hughes

ISBN-10: 1400034027
ISBN-13: 9781400034024
Edition: 2004
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Book details

List price: $12.00
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Publication date: 1/6/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Size: 5.25" wide x 8.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.660
Language: English

Vintage Readers are a perfect introduction to some of the great modern writers presented in attractive, accessible paperback editions. “Langston Hughes is a titanic figure in 20th-century American literature . . . a powerful interpreter of the American experience.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer Arguably the most important writer to emerge from the Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s and ‘30s, Langston Hughes was a great poet and a shrewd and lively storyteller. His work blends elements of blues and jazz, speech and song, into a triumphant and wholly original idiom. Vintage Hughes includes the poems “The Negro Speaks of Rivers,” “I, Too,” “The Weary Blues,” “America,” “Let America Be America Again,” “Dream Variations,” “Young Sailor,” “Afro-American Fragment,” “Scottsboro,” “The Negro Mother,” “Good Morning Revolution,” “I Dream a World,” “The Heart of Harlem,” “Freedom Train,” “Song for Billie Holliday,” “Nightmare Boogie,” “Africa,” “Black Panther,” “Birmingham Sunday,” and “UnAmerican Investigators”; and three stories from the collection The Ways of White Folks: “Cora Unashamed,” “Home,” and “The Blues I’m Playing.”

Langston Hughes, February 1, 1902 - May 22, 1967 Langston Hughes, one of the foremost black writers to emerge from the Harlem Renaissance, was born on February 1, 1902, in Joplin, Mo. Hughes briefly attended Columbia University before working numerous jobs including busboy, cook, and steward. While working as a busboy, he showed his poems to American poet Vachel Lindsay, who helped launch his career. He soon obtained a scholarship to Lincoln University and had several works published. Hughes is noted for his depictions of the black experience. In addition to the black dialect, he incorporated the rhythms of jazz and the blues into his poetry. While many recognized his talent, many blacks disapproved of his unflattering portrayal of black life. His numerous published volumes include, "The Weary Blues," "Fine Clothes to the Jew," and "Montage of a Dream Deferred." Hughes earned several awards during his lifetime including: a Guggenheim fellowship, an American Academy of Arts and Letters Grant, and a Spingarn Medal from the NAACP. Langston Hughes died of heart failure on May 22, 1967.

The Negro Speaks of Rivers
Aunt Sue's Stories
Negro
Mexican Market Woman
The South
Mother to Son
When Sue Wears Red
A Black Pierrot
My People
Dream Variations
Troubled Woman
I, Too
The Weary Blues
America
Cross
Young Sailor
Joy
Ruby Brown
Bad Luck Card
Feet O' Jesus
A House in Taos
Brass Spittoons
Midnight Dancer
Harlem Night Song
Ardella
Port Town
Death of an Old Seaman
Fire
Lover's Return
Afro-American Fragment
Drum
Sylvester's Dying Bed
October 16: The Raid
Scottsboro
The Negro Mother
Good Morning Revolution
Share-Croppers
Let America Be America Again
In Time of Silver Rain
Daybreak in Alabama
Comment on War
Black Maria
Heaven
Snail
Me and the Mule
Merry-Go-Ground
The Bitter River
Ku Klux
Ballad of the Fortune Teller
Ballad of the Gypsy
Widow Woman
Love
Freedom's Plow
Words Like Freedom
Little Old Letter
Madam and the Rent Man
Madam and Her Madam
Still Here
Madam's Past History
I Dream a World
The Heart of Harlem
Graduation
Who But the Lord?
Freedom Train
End
Fulfillment
Dream Dust
Trumpet Player
Madam and the Census Man
Mama and Daughter
Life is Fine
Song for Billie Holliday
Late Last Night
Could Be
Midnight Raffle
Final Curve
To Be Somebody
Kid in the Park
Dream Boogie
Preference
Juke Box Love Song
Easy Boogie
Dean in There
Advice
Ballad of the Landlord
Projection
Drunkard
125th Street
Theme for English B
College Formal: Renaissance Casino
Boogie: 1 A.M.
Lady's Boogie
World War II
Mystery
Passing
Nightmare Boogie
Harlem [2]
Good Morning
Same in Blues
Island [2]
Bible Belt
Africa
Without Benefit of Declaration
Georgia Dusk
Mississippi
Where? When? Which?
To Artina
Cultural Exchange
Ode to Dinah
Ask Your Mama
Encounter
Silent One
Junior Addict
Final Call
To You
Not What Was
Dinner Guest: Me
Frederick Douglass: 1817-1895
Question and Answer
Crowns and Garlands
Prime
Black Panther
Birmingham Sunday
War
Un-American Investigators
Cora Unashamed
Home
The Blues I'm Playing

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