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Langston Hughes in the Hispanic world and Haiti
Hughes, Langston, 1902-1967.
Publication Information:
Hamden, Conn. : Archon Books, 1977.
Physical Description:
193 pages ; 23 cm
General Note:
"Langston Hughes's works translated into Spanish": p. 47-65.

Includes index.
The literary reputation of Langston Hughes in the Hispanic world and Haiti.--Prose: Mexico: Mexican games. In a Mexican city. The Virgin of Guadalupe. Up to the crater of an old volcano. Love in Mexico. Cuba: A Cuban sculptor. Haiti: White shadows in a Black land. An appeal for Jacques Roumain. Spain: Too much of race. Negroes in Spain. Laughter in Madrid. Essays from the Afro-American.--Poetry: Air raid, Barcelona. From Spain to Alabama. Hero, International Brigade. Letter from Spain addressed to Alabama. Moonlight in Valencia. Madrid, 1937. Song of Spain. Tomorrow's seed.--?Quien Langston Hughes?: Castro, J. A. F. de. Presentación de Langston Hughes. Guillén, N. Conversación con Langston Hughes. Novo, S. Notas sobre la poesía de los negros en los EE.UU. Lozano, R. Langston Hughes, el poeta Afro-Estadounidense.
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