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with a specific period of time, "I was saved from sin when I was going on thirteen (Hughes, pg 351). He was born Feb 1, 1902 in Missouri. Considering the amount of time young Langston and Wesley sat there is an example, which Wesley remarked when he said, "I'm tired o' sitting here. That is the work, when read and studied should be taken as a single unit, not compared to the writer's life or a certain period in time. He knew that people will not believe him and so that he can do nothing about what he saw. Salvation by Langston Hughes, presentation by Cynthia Ramirez, Danielle Clarke. That why I understand the boy's feeling, especially in his belief in God: he will be saved and received by Jesus.
The religion, spirituality, and superstition believed and practices were at times considered extreme. Formalist criticism places the emphasis on literature being an independent creation. Parents separated shortly after he was born, He lived with his maternal grandmother, Mary. I wanted to see him, but nothing happened. Jesus never came to Langston that night in the church. Langston Hughes, real name James Mercer Langston Hughes. One example are the phrases, "waiting for Jesus to come to me (Hughes, pg 351) and "Still I kept waiting to see Jesus" (Hughes, pg 351). Drawing all the attention of biographical Literary Criticism the congregation to help him see Jesus.