Criticism of Langston Hughes
Langston Hughes, a well profound, gifted poet tolerates extreme turmoil as he attempts to receive recognition. He inevitably withstands the abrasive criticism from not only the racist rival individuals, but also his own race. He takes a well-owed career, as a Negro American, and nevertheless emerges as the most brilliant of Harlem's Renaissance writers, and as the one who creates the most vibrant portrait of the Negro's urban experience.
What is recognition? To several, recognition is simply to be recognized using the word in its own definition. Recognition, generally, is an opinionate…
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