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What audience was “Why, You Reckon?” short story by the author Langston Hughes written for?

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  1. Someone here will be happy to check what YOU think.

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  2. If people have money it doesn’t mean that they are happy with it.?

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  3. The question isn't asking what the main point is. Please re-read the question.

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  4. I still can't think of any, Can I have like an example?

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  5. Please?

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  6. "What audience" means whom was he writing for.

    All kinds of people can read his story, but for whom was he mainly writing this story?

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  7. The audience?
    young?
    old?
    white?
    black?
    Hispanic?
    male?
    female?

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  8. People with no money, and people who are hungry...?

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  9. to the African Americans ?

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  10. Combine your two last responses.

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  11. African Americans with no money, and people who are hungry.

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  12. ????

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  13. I haven't read the story, but that sounds logical, given who Hughes was and the times and place he lived.

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