"The Negro Speaks of Rivers" and The Plight of African Americans
"The Negro Speaks of Rivers"
And the Plight of African Americans
"The Negro Speaks of Rivers", by Langston Hughes, is a compelling poem that goes deep into Hughes' soul. This poem is full of many themes, such as racial pride and relating to one's ancestors or roots, which in this case is all tied to rivers. But what do these rivers convey about the history of the African People?
"The Negro Speaks of River" speaks loudly of the creativity of black people who have in essence have a rich history beginning from the dawn of civilization. When Hughes wrote the second line of his poem, "I've…
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