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Langston Hughes Harlem Renaissance writer

Anthony, David Henry, 1952- author.

Huntington Beach, California] Teacher Created Materials 2014

1 online resource (1 sound file (19 min., 49 sec.)) digital.

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Presents a biography of Langston Hughes, describing his writing career and detailing the impact his writings had on helping end the era of segregation. Includes black-and-white photographs.

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ISBN:

9781433358241

Dewey Class No:

818/.5209 B 23

Author:

Anthony, David Henry, 1952- author.

Title:

Langston Hughes Harlem Renaissance writer David H. Anthony and Stephanie Kuligowski. [non musical sound recording]

Edition:

Unabridged.

Physical:

1 online resource (1 sound file (19 min., 49 sec.)) digital.

ContentType:

spoken word spw rdacontent

MediaType:

audio s rdamedia

MediaType:

computer rdamedia

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online resource rdacarrier

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other rdacarrier

Series:

Primary source readers. Focus on African Americans

Notes:

Previously released in different form by Teacher Created Materials.

Notes:

Narrator information not provided by distributor.

Summary:

Presents a biography of Langston Hughes, describing his writing career and detailing the impact his writings had on helping end the era of segregation. Includes black-and-white photographs.

Target Audience:

3-5.

Subject:

Hughes, Langston,--1902-1967

Subject:

African American poets--Biography

Subject:

Poets, American--20th century--Biography

Subject:

Children's audiobooks

Subject:

African American poets

Subject:

Poets, American

Subject:

African Americans--Biography

Subject:

Audiobooks

Subject:

American poets--Biography

AE:PersName:

Kuligowski, Stephanie, author.

AE:CorpName:

Teacher Created Materials, Inc.

AE:CorpName:

Findaway World, LLC.

SAE:UnifrmTitle:

Primary source readers. Focus on African Americans.

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