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Langston hughes was one of the best-known poets in modern america and his first novel, not without laughter, is undoubtedly his finest prose a classic of african-american literature, it. 3 quotes from not without laughter: ‘i’s been livin’ a long time in yesterday, sandy chile, an’ i knows there ain’t no room in de world fo’ nothin’ mo’n. Not without laughter by langston hughes - chapters 7-9, white folks, dance, carnival summary and analysis. Not without laughter is the debut novel by langston hughes published in 1930 plot introduction not without laughter portrays african-american life in kansas. Poor black lives weren’t depicted in the serious fiction of hughes’s day as angela flournoy notes, his debut novel, “not without laughter,” changed that.
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Angston hughes has succeeded in giving us in not without laughter an intimate picture of that type of negro life which has been so popular with white writers in the recent decade. Our greatest african american poet’s award-winning first novel, about a black boy’s coming-of-age in a largely white kansas town when first published in 1930, not without laughter. Get this from a library not without laughter [langston hughes] -- this is a coming of age story of an african-american boy in a small kansas town.