Analysis of Langston Hughes I Too Poem?


Langston Hughes wrote the poem I, Too in 1932. At that time African Americans were violently discriminated against through society and the law. Basically the poem is stating that even though his skin color was different, he was no less an American than anyone else. The poem speaks to the strength of servants and slaves and that how they are treated will not kill their spirit.
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