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Langston Hughes and the *Chicago Defender*

Essays on Race, Politics, and Culture, 1942-62

"The most persistent criticism of Langston Hughes has been that he was not a thinker, that he had no ideas to speak of, was not an intellectual, and therefore need not be taken too seriously by intellectuals and scholars. A collection of this kind is needed to do justice to the often inspired quality of Hughes's weekly journalistic writing and to expand our sense of his interests and ideas. De Santis's is the first book to bring this material within easy reach."--Arnold Rampersad, author of the two-volume The Life of Langston Hughes

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Forlag
University of Illinois Press
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
280
ISBN
9780252054594
Utgivelsesår
2022

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"The most persistent criticism of Langston Hughes has been that he was not a thinker, that he had no ideas to speak of, was not an intellectual, and therefore need not be taken too seriously by intellectuals and scholars. A collection of this kind is needed to do justice to the often inspired quality of Hughes's weekly journalistic writing and to expand our sense of his interests and ideas. De Santis's is the first book to bring this material within easy reach."--Arnold Rampersad, author of the two-volume The Life of Langston Hughes

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