Likewise, people ask, what is the main idea of Langston Hughes poem I too?
Although a short poem , the themes of ‘I, Too , Sing America’ are many. First, there is a theme of overcoming. The speaker of the poem does not allow the racism and mistreatment to define him. Finally, Hughes reminds his audience of a continual theme in his writing, that being black is beautiful.
Also, what does the speaker mean when he says I too am America? A possible answer is that the speaker is confirming his right to be a part of the promise and purpose of America , Another, he to is proud of America and what it does , he is also American .
Hereof, what does the kitchen symbolize in I too?
Kitchen . The “ kitchen ” symbolizes racial segregation in America. In lines 3-4, the speaker notes that he is sent “to eat in the kitchen / When company comes.” This is part of an extended metaphor that runs through the heart of the poem. The speaker compares American racism and segregation to a house.
What type of poem is I too?
I, Too is a free verse poem of 18 short lines, made up of 5 stanzas. There is no rhyme scheme and the meter (metre in British English) varies from line to line.