Liberating christ: sargeant's metamorphosis in langston hughes's on the road""

@inproceedings{Walker1991LiberatingCS,
  title={Liberating christ: sargeant's metamorphosis in langston hughes's on the road""},
  author={Carolyn P. Walker},
  year={1991}
}
In his short story "On the Road," Langston Hughes has created a powerful indictment of racial discrimination. "On the Road" is a prose poem, operating on several levels at once and drawing the reader into its center through the author's skillful use of imagery, symbolism, metaphor, and myth. What is "real" merges with what is "not real," affecting the reader more powerfully than could a more literal rendition of the same story line. The story opens with the snow, an image of quiet cold, the… CONTINUE READING