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The story takes place the night after a big revival, in a hot and crowded church. Langston's aunt Reed escorts him "to the front row and placed him on the mourners' bench with all the other young sinners, who had not yet been brought to Jesus" (218). He sat there patiently waiting for Jesus to come to him...
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In the meantime, people filled the room with much noise and loud shouts of joy, and happiness.
Much of the figurative language Langston uses in his essay "Salvation" can stimulate the senses of a person. For example, Langston describes the church as hot and crowded. When I was a child I remember entering church and seeing all the people fill up the pews...
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