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Weary Blues

 

 

The poem “Weary Blues” by Langston Hughes, written in 1923, is about the blues, but is also about the blues musician as a symbol of the black urban experience.  The work blends jazz, blues, and poetry into powerful lyrical poetry.

 

 

LINCCWeb online catalog – Search Terms

 

  • Langston Hughes
  • Weary Blues

 

 

Call Numbers for Browsing the Shelves

 

  •  PS3515 .U274

 

 

Circulating Books – A Selected List

 

  • Bloom, Harold. Bloom’s How to Write About Langston Hughes. 2010.

                   Call Number:  PS3515 .U274 Z667 2010.

  • Bloom, Harold.   Langston Hughes: Comprehensive Research and Study Guide. 1999.

                  Call Number:  PS3515 .U274 Z6716 1999.

  • Burns, Allan.   Thematic Guide to American Poetry. 2002.

                  Call Number:  PS303 .B8 2002

  • Hughes, Langston, ed.  The Poetry of the Negro, 1746-1970. 1970.

                   Call Number:  PN6109 .H8 1970.

  • Norton Anthology of African American Literature. 1997.

                    Call Number:  PS508 .N3 N67 1999.

 

 

Reference Materials

 

  • Contemporary Literary Criticism Call Number:  REF PN771 .C59

o   Vol. 1, pg. 147

o   Vol. 10, pg. 279

o   Vol. 15, pg. 292

o   Vol. 35, pgs. 212, 214

o   Vol. 44, pgs. 507-09, 511

o   Vol. 108, pgs. 282, 290, 293-94, 296, 310, 312, 319, 323

  • Masterplots II:  Poetry SeriesCall Number:  REF PN1110.5 .M37 2002

o   Vol. 8, pgs. 4208-4211     

  • Poetry CriticismCall Number:  REF PN1010 .P6

o   Vol. 1, pgs. 236-37, 261, 262-65, 268-69

o   Vol. 53, pgs. 80-82, 85-86, 94, 105-6, 108, 114, 117, 143, 181-82, 189, 200-203, 205

 

 

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This Research Guide is designed to help users find information on a particular topic within the Valencia College East Campus Library.  This is by no means a comprehensive list of resources and other resources may be available on this topic.  Please check LINCCWeb, Valencia East’s online catalog, to verify the availability of circulating books within the library.  Feel free to ask a librarian for help if you need further assistance.

 

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