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Langston Hughes Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 18, Rehearsal Summary

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Chapter 18, Rehearsal Summary

Langston and his mother moved back to Chicago, where his mother received good care at reasonable prices from a black physician. Hughes' plays were performed at Karamu, which, since his youth, had become a theater company. He continued to submit plays to Broadway, with little success, except for The Prodigal Son.

Chapter 18, Rehearsal Analysis

Hughes continues to look after his mother. He also remains involved in the Chicago community where he spent part of his youth. Karamu is the first theater where Langston becomes a playwright.

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