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Vintage Hughes - Georgia Dusk Summary & Analysis

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Georgia Dusk Summary

The image of the dusk in Georgia becomes an image of bleeding, crying, and bitterness in this poem.

Georgia Dusk Analysis

In this poem, Hughes sees pain and strife in the Georgia dusk. He projects collective suffering onto nature and sees hatred even in something as beautiful as a sunset.

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