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  1. To the tune o' those Weary Blues. With his ebony hands on each ivory key He made that poor piano moan with melody.
  2. ‘The Weary Blues’ is among the first works of Langston Hughes and is a benchmark in history of African-American poetic history/5.
  3. The Weary Blues Langston Hughes was just twenty-four years old when his debut poetry collection The Weary Blues was published in After its publication, the book won several awards, and the prize money allowed Hughes to complete his college education in Lincoln, Pennsylvania.
  4. Langston Hughes's “The Weary Blues,” first published in , describes a black piano player performing a slow, sad blues song. This performance takes place in a club in Harlem, a segregated neighborhood in New York City.
  5. Michael G. Cooke: On "The Weary Blues" The paradoxes of self-veiling [an unassertive, undemanding adaptation to the environment. Its motive--to survive--is positive, but its vision limited] are sharply etched in the title piece of Langston Hughes's first volume of poems, The Weary Blues.
  6. Feb 23,  · The Weary Blues describes the performance of a blues musician playing in a club on Lenox Avenue in Harlem. The piece mimics the tone and form of Blues music and uses free verse and closely resembles spoken Steven Swope.
  7. “The Weary Blues” is one of Langston Hughes 's “blues” poems. It appears in the collection of poetry by the same name, which was published in - not long after Hughes had moved to Harlem and immersed himself in the flourishing arts and culture scene there.
  8. Weary Blues (also referred to as The Weary Blues) is an album by American poet Langston Hughes reciting over jazz composed and arranged by Charles Mingus and Leonard Feather. The album was recorded in and first released on the MGM Jazz.
  9. The Weary Blues Introduction By , the twenty-two-year-old Langston Hughes had traveled half the globe, dropped out of Columbia University, and written some pretty kickin' poems. But "The Weary Blues" is the first poem for which Langston Hughes got an award.

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