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Surname 1 Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Date Literary Analysis of Langston Hughes "I Too America" Langston Hughes's poem "I, Too America" is written in an African-American perspective to show how an individual was a free man or a slave or a domestic servant during the Jim Crow era. Hughes starts by declaring how he can sing in America to show that he has the right to be an American patriot even if he has a darker skin brother who cannot sit together in the family while taking their meals but rather stay in the kitchen (Hughes n.p). However, in the midst of that circumstance, they were forced to travel, work and eat separately from the white people. The speaker also expresses how he believed that African Americans are part of America's population, and that is why he predicts that there would be racial equality in tomorrow's societies. The speaker uses various literary devices to convey the meaning of his poem. For instance, the poem's structure is different, but the formal method is maintained. The poem also

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