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Langston Hughes is a key figure in the vision of the American dream. In his writings his African-American perspective gives an accurate vision of what the American dream means to a less fortunate minority. His poetry is very loud and emotional in conveying his idea of the African-American dream. Most of his poetry either states how the black man is being surpressed or is a wish, a plea for equality. He does not want the black man to be better than everyone else, but just to be treated equal. Able to meet their dream with the same level of success and failure as everyone else.
This is most simply stated in Hughes poem I Dream a World. Hughes begins the poem by stating:
'I Dream a World where man
No other man will scorn,
Where love will bless the earth
And peace its paths adorn'; (World Lines 1-4)
Here Hughes is stating very generally and unspecific how he wishes for peace and love. Something that everyone would like but will prob...
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