The irony in "Salvation" comes at the end when Hughes realizes that not being "saved" by Jesus, which was supposed to make him believe, causes him to lose any belief he had before. Anoth small piece of irony is when his aunt thinks that he is crying because of the "Holy Ghost", but is really crying because he lied and decieved everyone in the church.
Salvation was written in 1940 as part of Langston Hughes' autobiography..
Theme and Irony.
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Salvation is the third chapter of Langston Hughe's memoir entitled The Big Sea. Its point of is the control of both time and space to attain salvation.
what did langston huges means in his story " salvation" when he called westley father a rounder?
sequence Outline the events of the story in order
The church, more specifically the pew he is in in the forefront of the church.
To show more character in Mrs. Jones
Between the first and last paragraph