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I bought it as a book to my mother, b/c he's her favorite author, and she just loves it! She reads it everydayPublished 10 hours ago by Kiesha Nicolee
Very well written and funny. I could relate my childhood to several scenes of the book. Yet this book is a gem beyond race for readers to enjoy.Published 5 days ago by KW000d9
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Short little bio with significant events in Langston Hughes' life. Then collections of poems from different parts of his life. You can see how his life influenced him.Published 1 month ago by kindlefan