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Pastel drawing of Hughes
by Winold Reiss

Langston Hughes (1902-1967)

| Hughes's Life and Career--by Arnold Rampersad | Hughes's "The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountain" (1926) | On "The Negro Speaks of Rivers" | On "The Weary Blues" | On "Harlem" | On "The Cat and the Saxophone" | On "Negro" | On "Justice" | On "Mulatto" | On "Lynching Song" | On "The Bitter River" | On "Ku Klux"On "Letter from Spain" | About the Spanish Civil War | A Hughes Spanish Civil War Broadside | Hughes, "Negroes in Spain" (1937) | On "Goodbye Christ" | On "Christ in Alabama" | On Claude McKay's "The Negro's Tragedy" and Langston Hughes' "Christ in Alabama" | On "Let America Be America Again"On "Flight" | On "Madam and the Phone Bill" | About "Come to the Waldorf-Astoria" | On "White Shadows" |   A Right-Wing Anti-Hughes Flier | On "The Backlash Blues | Hughes in the 1930s | "To Negro Writers" (1935) by Hughes | Three Hughes Book-Jackets | Hughes Bibliography | On "Three Songs about Lynching" | About Lynching | About the Great Depression | External Links |

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