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Taylor Swift (born December 13, 1989) is an American pop and country singer, songwriter and actress. In 2006, she recorded her first song "Tim McGraw," which immediately became a hit. Swift's first album became multi-platinum in the United States.

Two years later, the singer released her second album, Fearless, spent eleven weeks on top of the Billboard 200, more than any other in 2000.

In her childhood, Taylor was greatly influenced by her grandmother who was an opera singer. At the age of ten, Taylor sang at a karaoke contest, festivals, and fairs taking place at her home town. At eleven, she went to Nashville with intention to record a demo. The same year, she performed the National Anthem at the opening of the Philadelphia Games - 76. Taylor's parents strongly contributed to the development of her musical talent. Family began to regularly travel to Nashville to establish acquaintances in the music industry.

Langston Hughes is one of the most famous American poets and novelists of the beginning of the 20th century. He is one of the prominent African American poets and novelists of his time and is also famous for his marvelous work as a columnist. The writer has created many poems and short stories which fascinate even the modern readers.

Except of poetry Langston Hushes was noticed as a great public activist and he describes the life of people in his books. He paid special attention to the life of African Americans in the USA who were treated quite negatively at that time. Racial abuse was very popular and widespread at the beginning of the 20th century and the writer tried to raise this topic in his work.



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