After reading and then listening to the poem by Langston Hughes, write a brief paragraph, describing the difference between reading a poem and hearing it read aloud. For example, how was your experience different in reading the poem versus listening to it? How did you feel when listening to the poem as compared to reading it? Do you feel that you were better able to understand the poem by reading it, or by listening to it?
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Fundamentally, I am not sure the thought about the work capacities too if it is made in area structure. I don't feel that Hughes is endeavoring to add an article, or some kind of interpretive pieces about the method of non-white people in Western History. It is in this manner why the number must be a piece. It must be something whose tonal lyricism can be clear about structure. Hughes needs to make a voice or condition that compasses time. In doing this, it needs to transcend the considered formalism and structure, a voice that is unprecedented. This has the limit be evoked in the dazzling route, one in which the per user is more disposed to allow a voice that can talk about the various time ages in humankind's history as having seen the past into the present and what's to come. In an expressive and area structure, the scrutinize is more disposed to make requests, keeping this voice in ascending to its full shrewd and transformative setting. In having the ability to use the verse structure, Hughes enables this voice to end up all the more bona fide and detectable around where the per client is left to ruminate and reflect upon what it means to be an ethnic minority in world history and in the present association in which Hughes creates.
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Aug 18th, 2015
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