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Arnold Rampersad, Telling the Langston Hughes Story

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Arnold Rampersad, Telling the Langston Hughes Story

Arnold Rampersad, Telling the Langston Hughes Story

Arnold Rampersad, Telling the Langston Hughes Story

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Arnold Rampersad edited The Oxford Anthology of African-American Poetry. His two-volume biography of writer Langston Hughes is now out in a second edition. It was praised by critics as one of the best biographies of a black American writer. He's associate dean for the humanities at Stanford University.

Correction Jan. 6, 2006

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