|←Author Index: Hu||Langston Hughes
An American poet, novelist, playwright, and newspaper columnist.
- The Weary Blues, (1926)
- Fine Clothes to the Jew, (1927)
- Dear Lovely Death, (1931)
- The Dream Keeper and Other Poems]], (1932)
- Scottsboro Limited, (1932)
- Shakespeare in Harlem, (1942)
- Freedom's Plow, (1943)
- Fields of Wonder, (1947)
- One-Way Ticket, (1949)
- Montage of a Dream, Deferred (1951)
- Selected Poems, (1959)
- Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz, (1961)
- The Panther and the Lash: Poems of Our Times, (1967)
- Collected Poems of Langston Hughes, (1994) Edited by Arnold Rampersad and David Roessel
- Not Without Laughter, (1930)
- The Ways of White Folks, (1934)
- The Big Sea, (1940)
- Simple Speaks His Mind, (1950)
- Laughing to Keep From Crying, (1952)
- Simple Takes a Wife, (1953)
- I Wonder as I Wander, (1956)
- Simple Stakes a Claim, (1957)
- The Langston Hughes Reader, (1958)
- Tambourines to Glory, (1958)
- Something in Common and Other Stories, (1963)
- Simple's Uncle Sam, (1965)
- Good Morning, Revolution: Uncollected Social Protest Writings by Langston Hughes, (1973) Edited by Faith Berry.
- The Arna Bontemps-Langston Hughes Letters, (1980) Edited by Charles Nichols.
- Remember Me to Harlem: The Letters of Langston Hughes and Carl Van Vechten, 1925-1964, (2001) Edited by Emily Bernard
- Mule Bone, (1930)
- Little Ham, (1935)
- Mulatto, (1935)
- Soul Gone Home, (1937)
- Don't You Want to Be Free?, (1938)
- Simply Heavenly, (1957)
- Black Nativity, (1961)
- Five Plays by Langston Hughes, (1963) Edited by Webster Smalley.
- The Political Plays of Langston Hughes, (2000) Introduction by Susan Duffy.
- Collected Works of Langston Hughes, vol. 5: The Plays to 1942: Mulatto to The Sun Do Move, (2000) Edited by Leslie Catherine Sanders.
- The Estate of Langston Hughes are active protectors of the intellectual property of his works. They have been gracious enough to allow a few sites to release a few poems by Langston Hughes. These sites are listed below.
- The Academy of American Poets
- American Memory (Library of Congress)
- Borzoi Reader
- Ossie Davis readings
- Poetry and Prose of the Harlem Renaissance
|A preliminary search indicated that this author's works are still protected under copyright law, and cannot be hosted on Wikisource. However, some little-known early works may be in the public domain.|