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Langston Hughes' "Salvation" – Summary And Tone

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279952936
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Langston Hughes' "Salvation" – Summary And Tone
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3 pages in length. Langston Hughes, one of the founding fathers of Negritude, had a difficult time placing himself within the stringent boundaries of organized religion, a part of life that proved quite important to his family but was little more than an excuse for the weak and opportunist. His contempt duly noted in Salvation, Hughes illustrates the struggles he faced while trying his best to conform to familial mandates, a battle he fought within himself until there was nothing left for him to forge. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

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