A Comparison of Two Poems by Black Poets<Tab/>
Countee Cullen and Langston Hughes are two of the most recognized African American poets of the Harlem Renaissance. Countee Cullen's "Yet Do I Marvel" and Langston Hughes' "I, Too" are comparable poems in that their similar themes are representational of the authors' personal tribulations of racial inequality. By comparing these two poems, we get a glimpse of the reality of the injustices of racism during the 1920's by two prominent Black poets.
<Tab/>Cullen and Hughes were born within a year of each other, and consequently wrote these poems in the same year (1925). This is s…
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