In 1931, American poet Langston Hughes was on his way to Haiti from Cuba. While he possessed formal letters of introduction given to him by people such as James Weldon Johnson, who had himself visited the Caribbean island a bit more than a decade before in hopes of conducting an investigation for the NAACP, Hughes chose to enjoy his time in Haiti by avoiding most of the “polite élite” (Renda 2001, 261). 1 239 mots de plus
Mots-clés » Jacques Roumain
A great Haitian leader, gone to soon. JACQUES ROUMAIN.
“Qué somos? Como esa es tu pregunta, te voy a responder. Somos este país, y no sería nada sin nosotros, nada. 294 mots de plus