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Analysis of Harlem Poems




Analysis of Harlem Poems

Langston Hughes Harlem (Dream Deferred)

            The poem Harlem by Langston Hughes mirrors the post World War II disposition of numerous African Americans. The Great Depression was over; the war was over, however for African Americans the fantasy, whatever specific structure it took, was all the while being conceded (Kemp, 2013). Whether one's fantasy is as ordinary as hitting the numbers or as respectable as planning to see one's kids raised appropriately, Langston Hughes considers every one of them important; he takes the deferral of every fantasy to heart.

            The entire Harlem is inherent the structure of talk. The speaker of the lyric is dark artist. Dark individuals were given the fantasies of value and correspondence. Yet, these fantasies never worked out. Regardless of legitimate, political and