Langston hughes wrote novels ,short stories and poems
Actually, Langston Hughes was a poet and a person who writes short-stories. He was never an inventor.
It's a short story that he wrote.
Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902 – May 22, 1967) was an American poet, novelist, playwright, short story writer, and newspaper columnist. Hughes is best known for his work during the Harlem Renaissance.
novels, short stories, and poems
The Harlem Renaissance
its a short story dealing with a women taking in consideration a boys stubbornness by giving, understanding, and showing compassion in langston hughes"Thank You Maam"
Mrs. Jones and Roger
Langston was an American novelist, a playwright, short story writer, columist ,and also a poet...
"Thank You, Ma'am"
Langston Hughes has written over 60 books including poetry, novels, short stories, and autobiographies. 20 of those books were poetry books.
Yes Hughes did write plays along withe poems, prose, short stories, novels, and jazzy poems.
"Mother to Son" is a poem written by Langston Hughes when he was 21 years old. The poem is a short narrative.
Langston Hughes was a prominent African American writer who spoke to his experiences and was an activist through his poetry, short stories and literature for children. He encouraged political involvement, awareness of the plight of minorities and worked against poverty.
The short story 'Blessed Assurance' was about a father's anger over his son's sexuality. There were also several poems discovered that Hughes never had published related to his love for black men.
Langstons work was famous because he was an American poet, novelist, playwrighter, short story writer, and columnist. Hughes is also known for his work during the Harlem Renaissance. Lastly and mostly Langston Hughes is perhaps the best known African American poet ever.
Langston Hughes wrote about many topics other than poetry. He wrote short stories, novels, and even a few plays. Some of his writings were about the racial conflicts between whites and blacks.
Langston Hughes, (James Mercer Langston Hughes, 1902-1967) was a columnist and writer of novels, short stories, and plays. His works were prominent in the "Harlem Renaissance" of the late 1920's.
The short story , Thank you Ma'am, was written by author Langston Hughes. The lesson that is learned in the book is kindness.
Langston Hughes was an African American poet, novelist, short story writer, and columnist. He wrote during the Harlem Renaissance.
What they share is that " forces on the rich diversity of the people of the U.S." at least that's what it says on my book The World and its People.
the main idea is transformation.people can be transformed by love and trust other than punishment
Langston Hughes is considered to be a prolific writer because he published quite a bit of writing. In his career as a writer he produced 16 volumes of poetry, 11 volumes of novels and short stories, 6 books of non-fiction, 12 plays, and 8 children's books. While this is much less than the output of some other writers such as Isaac Asimov, who was enormously prolific, still, it's a lot of writing.
Aaron Douglas's art and Langston Hughes's poetry where windows into the working class African-American's heritage and struggle during a period that would later be known as the Harlem Renaissance. They also worked together on a the short-lived literary and artistic magazine "Fire!! Devoted to Younger Negro Artists". -xj