These events at some point of any person’s life have happened once, or maybe more often, but almost everyone did go through situations like these when they were younger.
The short stories were opposite in a way because in “The Chase” the narrator felt a sense of fulfillment in the ordeal that she went through simply by being chased by an adult throughout the story.
He continued writing until he died from complications of cancer when he was just 65.
''Salvation,'' a chapter from The Big Sea, Langston Hughes' memoir, describes the author's experience at a revival, where he went in as a young boy who believed in God and left completely bereft of faith.
Hughes eventually published his first book when he was only 24.
In addition to a lot of poetry, Hughes wrote essays and plays.
Langston's aunt tells him that he'll see the light and experience the love of Jesus within.
In the essay, Langston talks about feeling the heat and a sense of calm as he watches the adults sing and pray in church.
According to the essay, 12-year-old Langston is brought to church for a large revival where people can let go of their sins and be saved by God.
Langston is familiar with the process and is prepared for his own experience of coming to Jesus.