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Vintage Hughes - Study Guide Daybreak in Alabama Summary & Analysis

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Daybreak in Alabama Summary

When he gets to be a composer, the poet says, he will write music about daybreak in Alabama that will be full of prettiest songs and will include the scent of pine needles, the smell of red clay after rain, and black and white hands in the earthen clay, touching each other with kind fingers.

Daybreak in Alabama Analysis

In Daybreak in Alabama, Hughes once again articulates a vision for a future in which racial lines do not separate people from each other and all the inhabitants of Alabama are able to rejoice together in its beauty. Note that Hughes talks about the day he will become a composer, showing once again the significance of music for his poetry.

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