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Author: Langston Hughes
Publisher: New York, Knopf, 1959.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Contains a selection of poems chosen from Hughes' earlier volumes plus a number of new poems.
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Genre/Form: Poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967.
Selected poems.
New York, Knopf, 1959
(OCoLC)647524855
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Langston Hughes
ISBN: 0394404386 9780394404387
OCLC Number: 285508
Description: 297 pages illustrations 25 cm
Contents: Afro-American fragment --
The negro speaks of rivers --
Sun song --
Aunt Sue's stories --
Danse Africaine --
Negro --
American heartbreak --
October 16 --
As I grew older --
My people --
Dream variations --
Feet o' Jesus --
Prayer --
Shout --
Fire --
Sunday morning prophecy --
Sinner --
Litany --
Angels wings --
Judgment day --
Prayer meeting --
Spirituals --
Tambourines --
The weary blues --
Hope --
Late last night --
Bad morning --
Sylvester's dying bed --
Wake --
Could be --
Bad luck card --
Reverie on the Harlem River --
Morning after --
Early evening quarrel --
Evil --
As befits a man --
Havana dreams --
Catch --
Water-front streets --
Long trip --
Seascape --
Moonlight night: Carmel --
Heaven --
In time of silver rain --
Joy --
Winter moon --
Snail --
March moon --
Harlem night song --
To Artina --
Fulfilment --
Gypsy melodies --
Mexican market woman --
A black Pierrot --
Ardella --
When Sue wears red --
Love --
Beale Street --
Port town --
Natcha --
Young sailor --
Sea calm --
Dream dust --
No regrets --
Troubled woman --
Island --
Border line --
Garden --
Genius child --
Strange hurt --
Suicide's note --
End --
Drum --
Personal --
Juliet --
Desire --
Vagabonds --
One --
Desert --
A house in Taos --
Demand --
Dream --
Night: four songs --
Luck --
Old Walt --
Kid in the park --
Song for Billie Holiday --
Fantasy in purple --
Midnight raffle --
What? --
Gone boy --
50-50 --
Maybe --
Lover's return --
Miss Blues'es child --
Trumpet player --
Monroe's blues --
Stony lonesome --
Black Maria --
Life is fine --
Still here --
Ballad of the gypsy --
Me and the mule --
Kid sleepy --
Little lyric --
Fired --
Midnight dancer --
Blue Monday --
Ennui --
Mama and daughter --
Delinquent --
S-sss-ss-sh! --
Homecoming --
Final curve --
Little green tree ---
Crossing --
Widow woman --
Misery --
Ballad of the fortune teller --
Cora --
Down and out --
Young gal's blues --
Ballad of the girl whose name is mud --
Hard Daddy --
Midwinter blues --
Little old letter --
Lament over love --
Daybreak in Alabama --
Cross --
Magnolia flowers --
Mulatto --
Southern mammy sings --
Ku Klux --
West Texas --
Share-croppers --
Ruby Brown --
Roland Hayes Beaten --
Uncle Tom --
Porter --
Blue bayou --
Silhouette --
Song for a dark girl --
The South --
Bound no'th blues --
One-way ticket --
Migrant --
Summer evening --
Graduation --
Interne at Provident --
Railroad avenue --
Mother to son --
Stars --
To be somebody --
Note on commercial theatre --
Puzzled --
Seashore through dark glasses --
Baby --
Merry-go-round --
Elevator boy --
Who but the Lord? --
Third degree --
Ballad of the man who's gone --
Madam's past history --
Madam and her madam --
Madam's calling cards --
Madam and the rent man --
Madam and the number writer --
Madam and the phone bill --
Madam and the charity child --
Madam and the fortune teller --
Madam and the wrong visitor --
Madam and the minister --
Madam and her might-have-been --
Madam and the census man --
Montage of a dream deferred --
I, too --
Freedom train --
Georgia dusk --
Lunch in a Jim Crow car --
In explanation of our times --
Africa --
Democracy --
Consider me --
The Negro mother --
Refugee in America --
Freedom's plow.
Responsibility: Drawings by E. McKnight Kauffer.

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Contains a selection of poems chosen from Hughes' earlier volumes plus a number of new poems.

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