A Dream Deferred

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Eldon L

 

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October 28, 2012

 

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University

 

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Due to racial fears, the whites in the area moved out. Between 1910 and the early 1940's, more blacks began flooding into the area from all over the world, fleeing from the racial intolerance of the South and the economic problems of the Caribbean and Latin America. Eventually Harlem became an entirely black area...
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Eventually Harlem became an entirely black area. However, this town once filled with much potential soon became riddled with overpopulation, exploitation, and poverty. Thus, what awaited new arrivals was not a dream; rather, it was a"dream deferred" (Harlem Today). Hughes' first poem"Harlem" clearly outlines the"dream deferred" theme, setting the pace for the poems to follow...
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