The Black Poet and the Poet of the Blacks: Exploring Personal Identity and Collective Heritage in Langston Hughes's "The Negro Speaks of Rivers"
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Publisher:Ohio State University at Lima
Citation:Hog Creek Review: A Literary Journal of The Ohio State University at Lima (2014)
Writing Center Award 2nd Place
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