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Throughout the course of the class, I have had the chance to read books from writers who come from different backgrounds and places on the planet. Some of the poetry and stories we read were directly forward while some were confusing and sometimes took another appearance. However one thing is clear, it changed how I think about literature in a couple of ways I was not expecting. Three functions in particular stand out in my mind. " I Wont Let You Go" from Rabindranath Tagore, "To New York" from Leopold Senghor, and Pedro Peramo by Juan Rulfo all had an Effect on my thinking of similar yet different reasons. They all integrate their cultural backgrounds into their work through the placing of their pieces. They also write their pieces in a means that makes you want to research their history to find the deeper significance. Finally, a couple of those authors write about things they're emotionally attached to. Some of the cases we will look at, really opened my eyes going beyond a superficial comprehension of literature. In "To New York", Senghor talks about the value of black culture in New York and how civilizations will need to work and socialize collectively to be able to make a stronger society. He recognized that Harlem, a town in a city, was somehow alienated due to snowy cultural dominance in New York City. He believed that Harlem had lots of matters that offered a favorable contribution to the ethnic unity of the city which were going unnoticed due to the ongoing Civil Rights battles of the time period. Rather than pushing the concept of revolt or battling back, Senghor wanted people to comprehend the importance of diversity and adopt their black cultural legacy, which has been a functional portion of new york.