Langston Hughes

Why did Langston Hughes write?


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2011-09-13 23:00:27
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Langston Hughes wrote because that's how he expressed himself after his grandmother passed away that's when he started to write, his first poem was in the 8th grade. he won that year in his school to be the best poet. Langston Hughes father didnt want him to become an writer he wanted him to become an enginer..

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