Which of the following is associated with the poetry of Langston Hugh?
Elements of jazz and blues
Hugh C. Parker has written: 'Greek gods in Italy in Ovid's Fasti' -- subject(s): Calendar in literature, Didactic poetry, Latin, Fasts and feasts in literature, Gods, Greek, in literature, Greek influences, History and criticism, Latin Didactic poetry, Latin Religious poetry, Latin poetry, Religion, Religious poetry, Latin
No, he isn't. There isn't a "father" of the Harlem Renaissance. Langston Hughs was just one of the luminaries of that period, along with such greats as Countee Cullen, Rudolph Fisher, Zora Neale, Claude McKay, etc. All these artists helped make the Harlem Renaissance what it was, and all were contemporaries of each other. However, Langston Hugh was influenced by Claude McKay, who wrote "If We Must Die" which was published 1919, two years before…
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