Did Hughes’s Dream Come True?

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    Langston Hughes’s poem, “Dream Deferred,” is about people’s hope for racial equality even though Hughes does not indicate it directly. This poem was written in 1959, and during that time period, the Civil Rights Movement took place in different areas of the United States, especially in the South. The Civil Rights Movement refers to “a set of noted events and reform movements aimed at abolishing public and private acts of racial discrimination against African Americans,” which started in 1954 (“Civil Rights Movement”). Minorities hoped to be treated equally, but their dream did not seem to come true as they had expected. Hughes predicted that the patience of people was almost going to explode against the harsh racial segregation, and they were going to start making actions toward the society. Hughes uses many methods to imply the hidden meanings and make the tone of the poem sound serious.
    In the poem, no particular characters appear. The speaker could be Hughes himself, but the speaker’s attitude seems very subjective; he just tells what might happen, and it is hard to see what the speaker’s feeling is directly. This method makes the poem very dry and emotionless. Every other line is written in question form, although the speaker does not give the specific answers to the questions. Asking questions without answering lets readers think about what the answers might be.

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    Did Hughes's Dream Come True?
    Langston Hughes's poem, "Dream Deferred," is about people's hope for racial equality even though Hughes does not indicate it directly. This poem was written in 1959, and during that time period, the Civil Rights Movement took place in different areas of the United States, especially in the South. The Civil Rights Movement refers to "a set of noted events and reform movements aimed at abolishing public and private acts of racial discrimination against African America..

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