Citations with the tag: MOTHER to Son (Poem)

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  • MOTHER TO SON.
    McNeill, Louise // Saturday Evening Post; 10/16/1948, Vol. 221 Issue 16, p187 

    The article presents the poem "Mother to Son," by Louise McNeill. First Line: What shall I do to save you; Last Line: These be my final will.

  • MOTHER TO SON.
    Factor, Jenny // Unraveling at the Name; 1/ 1/2002, p42 

    The poem "Mother to Son," by Jenny Factor is presented. First Line: Look, child, I should have mentioned this before; Last Line: "No colored boys allowed?"

  • Mother to Son.
    Harris, William J. // African American Review; Spring2007, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p18 

    Presents the poem "Mother to Son," by William J. Harris. First Line: Dear Son, Last Line: Mother.

  • MOTHER TO SON.
    Hughes, Langston // Ebony; Aug1981, Vol. 36 Issue 10, p52 

    The article presents the poem "Mother to Son," by Langston Hughes. First Line: Well, son, I'll tell you: Last Line: And life for me ain't been no crystal stair.

  • Comprehending, Composing, and Celebrating Graphic Poetry.
    Calo, Kristine M. // Reading Teacher; Feb2011, Vol. 64 Issue 5, p351 

    The article discusses children's interest in graphic poetry and the use of graphic poetry to instruct students in comprehension and composition. The author examines the use of visual clues and images in graphic poetry, which she says help motivate students to read and analyze poetry, as well as...

  • Langston's Buddha Smile.
    Miller, E. Ethelbert // Black Issues Book Review; Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p14 

    The article critiques the work of poet Langston Hughes. It presents a description of Hughes' work and personality, provides samples of Hughes' poems, and explores information on the book "The Garden Thrives: Twentieth Century African American Poetry," by Clarence Major. Poems by Hughes include...

  • Langston's Buddha Smile.
    Miller, E. Ethelbert // Black Issues Book Review; Mar/Apr2001, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p14 

    The article critiques the work of poet Langston Hughes. It presents a description of Hughes' work and personality, provides samples of Hughes' poems, and explores information on the book "The Garden Thrives: Twentieth Century African American Poetry," by Clarence Major. Poems by Hughes include...

  • “Don’t Turn Back”: Langston Hughes, Barack Obama, and Martin Luther King, Jr.
    Miller, W. Jason // African American Review; Summer/Fall2013, Vol. 46 Issue 2/3, p425 

    An essay is presented which explores the connection between the poem "Mother to Son" by Langston Hughes and the speeches and sermons of civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. The author also considers an allusion to the poem in the 2008 nomination acceptance speech of U.S. President Barack...

  • Foregrounding and Prereading: Using Langston Hughes's Poetry To Teach A Raisin in the Sun.
    Miller, W. Jason // Notes on American Literature; 2012, Vol. 21, p4 

    In this article, the author discusses the use of the poetry of Langston Hughes to teach Lorraine Hansberry's 1959 play "A Raisin in the Sun." According to the author, multiple implications of Hansberry's use of "Harlem," a poem by Hughes, can be explored in the play. Aside from studying...

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