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Primary Source Readers: Focus On African Americans: Langston Hughes: Harlem Rena eBook

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Primary Source Readers: Focus On features content-rich, age appropriate readers that complement social studies and language arts curricula, making it a perfect resource for promoting content-area literacy. Learn about Langston Hughes, the Harlem Renaissance writer who opened a window into African American culture through poetry, plays, and short stories that inspired many people.

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