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How does Walt Whitman's poem "I Hear America Singing" relate and differ from Langston Hughes's poem "I,Too."

PS: I need enough information to write an essay.PLEASE!!!!!

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    Have you read and reread both poems?

    What similarities do YOU see? What differences do YOU see?

    Please post your ideas, and we'll be glad to comment on them and add to them if necessary.

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