Langston Hughes Salvation Analysis

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Question 1: Narration is to relate or tell something about an event or about someone. It is usually used for telling a story. It may have some story ingredients, such as setting, characters, conflict, and plot. In the narration “salvation” by Langston Hughes we can interpret that the setting where the narration takes place is inside a church. Also, we will find that he gave primary and secondary characters, such as himself as the main character, his aunt Reed as a secondary character, and other secondary characters like the prayers and young boys who were going to be saved from sin. Moreover, we can identify the conflict and the plot of the story which was that Langston was waiting to be saved, but he could not see the light, could not see

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