Film, Video Langston Hughes and His Poetry
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- Langston Hughes and His Poetry
- David Kresh discusses Langston Hughes and his poetry.
- Event Date
- September 12, 2003
- - David Kresh was Reference Specialist in Poetry in the Humanities and Social Sciences Division. He served as poet in residence at Capitol Hill Day School. Mr. Kresh passed away on September 26, 2006.
- Related Resources
- Other Resources on Langston Hughes: https://www.loc.gov/rr/program/journey/hughes.html
- Running Time
- 20 minutes 13 seconds
- Online Format
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