This character was one of the most influential artists of the Twentieth century. He used his experiences as a black man living in America, and as a black man traveling the world to enrich his soul and writing.
This character is a hardheaded and selfish individual with strong views on the world.
This character is represented as an indecisive individual who is constantly breaking up with and getting back together with Langston's stepfather.
This character is a proud and strong woman who is involved in the black community. She introduces Langston to many important black leaders including Booker T. Washington and W.E.B. DuBois, both of whom have a great influence on Hughes' life.
This character was a well-known civil rights writer and the editor of "The Crisis."
Dr. Alain Locke
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