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"Hey" and "Hey, Hey" by L.H.

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Callie McCarter

on 28 March 2013

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Transcript of "Hey" and "Hey, Hey" by L.H.

"Hey" and "Hey, Hey" Langston Hughes "Hey" Mood "Hey, Hey" Difference Mood How do we Know??? Mood!!! Sun's a settin',
This is what I'm gonna sing.
Sun's a settin'.
This is what I'm gonna sing:
I feel de blues a comin,
Wonder what de blues'll bring? What mood did the author have in that poem?

How was he feeling?

How do you know? Sun's a risin',
This is gonna be my song.
Sun's a risin',
This is gonna be my song.
I could be blue but
I been blue all night long. How is the author's mood in this poem?

How does he feel?

How do you know? What is the difference in the mood of the two
poems?

How was the way the author felt in "Hey"
different than in "Hey, Hey?"
What words let us
know the author is
happy or sad?
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