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_____ is one of the best-known writers of the Harlem Renaissance and was a poet, essayist, and playwright. A. Langston Hughes B. William Smith C. W.E.B. Du Bois D. John Hope Franklin
A. Langston Hughes is one of the best-known writers of the Harlem Renaissance and was a poet, essayist, and playwright.
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A. Langston Hughes is one of the best-known writers of the Harlem Renaissance and was a poet, essayist, and playwright.
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