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Vintage Hughes - Good Morning Summary & Analysis

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Good Morning Summary

The poet was born in Harlem and has watched it grow with colored folks from Puerto Rico, Cuba, Haiti, and Jamaica.

Good Morning Analysis

Note Hughes' evocative language when he speaks of Harlem's dark-skinned population as being a "dusky sash across Manhattan." The trains that bring the dreaming hopeful are late and though the gates are open, there are bars at every gate. The promise of hope is broken, the dream deferred.

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