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Discussion: Langston Hughes’s “Harlem” Previous Next Describe the speaker you imagine in Langston Hughes’s poem, “Harlem.” What does the speaker mean when he/she states a dream has been deferred? Why has the dream been deferred?

The speaker uses metaphor and simile to describe what happens to a dream that has been deferred. Provide examples of outcomes for some of these metaphors and similes.

What is the dominant mood of the poem?

In some publications, the poem’s title is “A Dream Deferred." Which title is more effective and why?

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