How is the theme of discrimination prominent in the poem "The Ballad of the Landlord"?

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In Langston Hughes's poem "The Ballad of the Landlord ," an African-American tenant is complaining to the landlord about the repairs needed in his run-down apartment. The tenant has a leaky roof and broken steps, but the landlord does nothing to fix them. Instead,...

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