I Wonder As I Wander by Langston Hughes

In this autobiographical work, the author takes readers on a journey through his varied experiences as a young African American man during the early 20th century. Spanning continents and cultures, he recounts his travels from the United States to the Soviet Union, Asia, and Europe, sharing his observations on race, politics, and the human condition. His narrative weaves together personal anecdotes with broader social commentary, offering insights into the life of a creative mind seeking understanding and connection in a complex world. Through his wanderings, the author explores not only the diverse landscapes and societies he encounters but also delves into the depths of his own identity and the universal quest for artistic expression and freedom.

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