The Collected Works of Langston Hughes - Vol. 16

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The Collected Works of
Langston
Hughes

Volume 16

Federico García Lorca, Nicolás Guillén, and Jacques Roumain

Edited with an Introduction by Dellita Martin-Ogunsola

University of Missouri Press Columbia and London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page v
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Chronology xi
  • Introduction 1
  • A Note on the Text 17
  • Blood Wedding 19
  • Acknowledgements 21
  • Characters 23
  • Act I, Scene 1 23
  • Act I, Scene 2 28
  • Act I, Scene 3 34
  • Act II, Scene 1 38
  • Act II, Scene 2 47
  • Act III, Scene 1 55
  • Act III, Scene 2 62
  • Cuba Libre 69
  • Contents 73
  • Introduction 77
  • Miguel De Unamuno to Nicolás Guillén 79
  • Cuban Blues 81
  • Habaneros 86
  • West Indies 89
  • Songs for Soldiers 101
  • Here We Are! 108
  • Federico 114
  • Mulatto Poems 117
  • Propositions 123
  • Masters of the Dew 127
  • Introduction 131
  • Chapter One 137
  • Chapter Two 145
  • Chapter Three 158
  • Chapter Four 167
  • Chapter Five 173
  • Chapter Six 182
  • Chapter Seven 189
  • Chapter Eight 192
  • Chapter Nine 200
  • Chapter Ten 207
  • Chapter Eleven 216
  • Chapter Twelve 221
  • Chapter Thirteen 233
  • Chapter Fourteen 251
  • The End and the Beginning 255
  • Glossary 259
  • Notes 261
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