He Too Sings America: Jazz, Laughter, and Sound as Protest in Langston Hughes’s Harlem

TheThePoetry just published part 1 of my sound studies/theory article on Langston Hughes’s poetry. You can read it here. For anyone interested in Hughes’s poetry, jazz, Harlem, and race issues in America, I encourage you to check out the article. Part 2 will run Wednesday, and part 3 will run Friday.

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