Crossword Clues for ITOO

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'___, sing America' USA Today 09 Sep 2021
Classic Langston Hughes poem New York Times 18 Jul 2021
"Am — late?" Premier Sunday 04 Jul 2021
Classic Langston Hughes poem LA Times Daily 18 Jun 2021
Classic Langston Hughes poem The Washington Post 18 Jun 2021
Langston Hughes poem Premier Sunday 09 May 2021
Langston Hughes poem affirming racial equality The Washington Post Sunday 18 Apr 2021
Langston Hughes work, or its first two words The Washington Post Sunday 11 Apr 2021
Hughes poem associated with the Harlem Renaissance USA Today 22 Feb 2021
*Langston Hughes poem (Hit!) Universal 30 Jan 2021
Langston Hughes poem USA Today 05 Jan 2021
Langston Hughes poem whose title precedes "sing America" Universal 22 Nov 2020
Classic Langston Hughes poem Universal 25 Oct 2020
Langston Hughes poem Wall Street Journal 14 Oct 2020
"Was __ harsh?" LA Times Daily 04 Oct 2020
'Was __ harsh?' The Washington Post 04 Oct 2020
Langston Hughes poem Universal 09 Jul 2020
'Am ___ late?' New York Times 15 Jun 2020
“Saturn is fallen, am ___ to fall?”: Keats Wall Street Journal 28 Mar 2020
''Ditto'' Newsday 06 Mar 2020
'__ lived–Brooklyn, of ample hills, was mine': Whitman The Washington Post 31 Jul 2019
"__ livedÖBrooklyn, of ample hills, was mine": Whitman LA Times Daily 31 Jul 2019
"Was __ loud?" LA Times Daily 27 Jul 2019
'Was __ loud?' The Washington Post 27 Jul 2019
Langston Hughes poem The Washington Post 07 Apr 2019
Langston Hughes poem LA Times Daily 07 Apr 2019
Langston Hughes poem
"__ lived–Brooklyn, of ample hills, was mine": Whitman
"Was __ loud?"
Langston Hughes poem
Opening of a classic Langston Hughes poem New York Times 26 Dec 2018
"Am __ late?" LA Times Daily 09 Dec 2018
'Am __ late?' The Washington Post 09 Dec 2018
Langston Hughes poem first published in 1926 The Washington Post Sunday 21 Oct 2018
'Was __ hard on you?' The Washington Post 17 Sep 2018
"Was __ hard on you?" LA Times Daily 17 Sep 2018
Classic Langston Hughes poem New York Times 16 Aug 2018
'Was ___ harsh?' Jonesin 07 Aug 2018
''Am __ late?'' Newsday 08 Jul 2018
'Am ___ sensitive?' New York Times 06 May 2018
'___, sing America' (start of a Langston Hughes poem) New York Times 18 Mar 2018
'Am __ early?' The Washington Post 16 Jan 2018
"Am __ early?" LA Times Daily 16 Jan 2018
"Am __ late?"
"Am ___ sensitive?"
"___, sing America" (start of a Langston Hughes poem)
Classic Langston Hughes poem
Opening of a classic Langston Hughes poem
"Was __ hard on you?"
"Am __ early?"
Langston Hughes poem The Washington Post Sunday 17 Dec 2017
"__, Sing America": Langston Hughes poem LA Times Daily 19 Nov 2017
'__, Sing America': Langston Hughes poem The Washington Post 19 Nov 2017
'Me as well' New York Times 20 Mar 2017
"__, Sing America": Hughes LA Times Daily 18 Feb 2017
"__, Sing America": Langston Hughes poem
"__, Sing America": Hughes
"Me as well"
'Sing to me! for ___ love thee well': Wilde Wall Street Journal 24 Sep 2016
Hughes poem that mentions 'the darker brother' New York Times 18 Sep 2016
'Am -- early?' Premier Sunday 14 Aug 2016
'Same goes for me,' tersely Wall Street Journal 23 Jun 2016
'Was ___ hard on them?' New York Times 05 Jun 2016
'___ know what it's like ...' Jonesin 16 Feb 2016
"Was ___ hard on them?"
Hughes poem that mentions "the darker brother"
'Am ___ early?' New York Times 07 Sep 2015
"Was __ hard on her?" LA Times Daily 04 Mar 2015
Langston Hughes poem New York Times 15 Feb 2015
Langston Hughes poem with the lines 'Nobody'll dare / Say to me, / 'Eat in the kitchen,' / Then' New York Times 10 Jan 2015
Langston Hughes poem with the lines "Nobody'll dare / Say to me, / 'Eat in the kitchen,' / Then"
"Am ___ early?"
Langston Hughes poem
"Was __ hard on her?"
"Was ___ harsh?"
"Am ___ early?"
Accord starter
"Am __ early?"
"Am __ late?"
Langston Hughes poem with the lines "They send me to eat in the kitchen / When company comes"
"___ like to live dangerously" (meme phrase)
"Was __ harsh?"
Langston Hughes poem
"Thither ___ will fare": Shelley
"Was ___ hard on him?"
Co-confessional start
"Was __ harsh?"
"Not only you" comment
"Am __ late?"
"Am ___ late?"
Not just you or they
"Am __ strict?"
"__, Sing America": Hughes poem
Poem referencing "the darker brother"
"Ditto!"
"__, Sing America": Hughes poem
Langston Hughes poem
"Was __ forward?"
"Am __ strict?"
"Was __ forward?"
"Was __ loud?"
"Was ___ hard ...?"
"Am ___ fat?"
"Am ___ fat for this dress?"
"___, sing America" (Langston Hughes line)
"Am ___ late?"
"__, Sing America" (Langston Hughes poem)
"Was ___ harsh?"
"__, Sing America" (Langston Hughes poem)
"___, sing America": Langston Hughes
"Am __ early?"
"Am __ sensitive?"
"Was __ hard on him?"
'Am -- late?'
"Was __ hard on him?"
"Am __ sensitive?"
Poem with the lines "Nobody'll dare / Say to me, / 'Eat in the kitchen'"
Langston Hughes poem
"Was ___ hard on him?"
"___, Sing America" (Langston Hughes poem)
Am-early connector
"Am ___ late?"
Hughes poem with the line "They send me to eat in the kitchen"
"___, dislike it" (start of Marianne Moore's "Poetry")
Langston Hughes title
Langston Hughes poem
Title start of a Langston Hughes poem
Classic Langston Hughes poem
Langston Hughes' "___, Sing America"
Langston Hughes poem
Start of a Langston Hughes title
'--, sing America': Langston Hughes
Words of agreement
Langston Hughes title start
Langston Hughes poem
"___ Sing America" (Langston Hughes poem)
"Am ___ picky?"
"___ Sing America" (Langston Hughes poem)
"Am ___ picky?"
"___ Sing America": Hughes poem
"___ Sing America"
"___ Sing America": Hughes poem
First two words of a Langston Hughes title
Classic Langston Hughes poem
Classic Langston Hughes poem
Phrase of agreement
"... and so do ___": "Twelfth Night"
Langston Hughes poem
"____ am in Arcadia."
Langston Hughes title
"And ___ . . . have not been idle": Russell
"___ am in Arcadia"
Classic Langston Hughes poem
"Was ___ forward?"
"Was ___ clingy?"
Langston Hughes poem with the lines "They send me to eat in the kitchen / When the company comes"
"Am ___ negative?"
"Am ___ fat in this dress?"
Poem with the lines "They send me to eat in the kitchen / When the company comes"
"Same here"
Langston Hughes poem about equality
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