self-confidence, culture, Zora Neale Hurston, Langston Hughes
The theme of “self-confidence” in “How It Feels to Be Colored Me” and “I, Too.”The articles “How It Feels to be Colored Me” by Zora Neale Hurston and “I, Too” by Langston Hughes have numerous and comparative literature aspects where the authors use literal devices such as figurative language and tone to express their views, opinions and attitude about themselves including how they fit in their societies. The two articles widely explore the theme “The Self” in which both authors examine and portray their attitude and feelings about themselves in the society in which they live in. In the articles, self-esteem including how the authors value themselves is clearly depicted throughout the articles. This is very evident in the tone they use to describe themselves and the people around them. The authors’ words give a clear picture of how they feel on their role and fitness in the society.
In this paper, the focus is on the analysis of the topic of self-confidence as portrayed in the articles by the authors. The reason for the choice of “self-confidence” is that self-confidence is a very imperative factor for the success of any endeavor by any human being (Ingleson 2). The analysis clearly illustrates and explain the topic using literal devices and tone as used in the articles as well as how the authors’ used words to express their inners feelings on the self-confidence of their particular situation using Hurston (1) and Hu…
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