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Why did Langston Hughes write his short story Thank You Ma'am?

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The Harlem Renaissance

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It's a short story that he wrote.


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"


The short story , Thank you Ma'am, was written by author Langston Hughes. The lesson that is learned in the book is kindness.



We know that the point of view in Thank You Ma'am by Langston Hughes is from a 3rd person from the very beginning of the narration.


the main idea is transformation.people can be transformed by love and trust other than punishment



This story focus on teaching a young man how to earn the things he wants.


Langston was an American novelist, a playwright, short story writer, columist ,and also a poet...


Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902


The point of view is 3rd person limited. When reading the story you are not inside either of the character's heads.


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Langston Hughes was an African American poet, novelist, short story writer, and columnist. He wrote during the Harlem Renaissance.


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.


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.


A young boy runs up to a woman and tries to steal her purse, he stumbles and is not able to run off. You can read the full Langston Hughes story on the link below.


what did langston huges means in his story " salvation" when he called westley father a rounder?



The primary conflict is that the stewardess won't serve Corporal Williams or Ellis because of their ethnicity.


Salvation by Langston Hughes was published in 1940 and tells the story of Hugh's joining the church as a young teenager. In preparing him for what was to come, his aunt told him he might see some sort of spiritual phenomena once he is "saved" . The story is told from a second person narrative in describing the feelings and actions of the author's thirteen year old self. He was deeply effected by the experience.


In Langston Hughes's short story Gumption the sentence 'You can't live on gumption' I said trying to be practical is an example of first person narration.


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A fictional woman who appeared in the short story "Thank You, Ma'm". She is the main character of that story.


1. Langson Hughes won a Guggeheim Fellowship for his creative work2. He also won the Golden Harmon for best novel3. He was an American poet, novelist, playwright, short story writer, and columnist.4. He was born in Joplin, Missouri.5. He was cremated.Bonus facts,6. He was in the Harlem renaissance.7. He supported himself through his writing



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