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