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In every question asked there is always a grey area or hesitation Whether it be as an adult or a child Depicting the child Langston Hughes gives the reader a verbal picture by using dialogue On the other hand George Orwell emulates an adult using vivid descriptions relaying a concrete setting Langston why dont you come Why dont you come and be saved Oh Lamb of God Why dont you comeparagraph 10 Salvation Hughes gives the dramatic scene of a church where people are being saved and yet it seems as though there is trouble as Auntie Reed repeats herself again and again Langston Hughes was known as the Bard of Harlem telling the tails of his ethnicity with rich details as to give the reader a free flowing understanding of his writing The preacher preached a wonderful rhythmical sermon all moans and shouts and lonely cries and dire pictures of hell and then he sang a song about ninety and nine safe in the fold but one little lamb was left out in the cold paragraph 3 Salvation Hughes depicts a dark church with the focus of the congregation on two young boys One boy his name was Westley and the other an anxious young lad eager to meet Jesus God damn Im tired o sitting her Lets get up and be savedparagraph 6 Salvation Ironically Hughes uses this taking of the Lords name in vain to convey to the reader that those who may be saved truly arent saved at all they are just fooling them selves I began to be ashamed of myself holding everything up so long 11 The other lad waited for Jesus to come but he never did So I got up 12 Langston Hughes gives it to the reader right here in this four word quote He gives us the epiphany of the boys life clear and simple He hadnt been saved nor did he see Jesus
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