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  • Format: Trade Paperback, 208 pages
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  • Publisher: Vintage
  • On Sale: January 6, 2004
  • Price: $10.95
  • ISBN: 978-1-4000-3402-4 (1-4000-3402-7)
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“Langston Hughes is a titanic figure in 20th-century American literature…a powerful interpreter of the American experience.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer

Langston Hughes’s mastery of the African American vernacular and his passionate vision of the world resonate in this generous selection of his poems including “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 Ways of White Folks: “Cora Unashamed,” “Home,” and “The Blues I’m Playing.”