In the line "boogie-woogie rumble / Of a dream deferred" from Langston Hughes's poem "Dream Boogie," what does the term boogie-woogie refer to?

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In the line "boogie-woogie rumble / Of a dream deferred" from Langston Hughes's poem "Dream Boogie," what does the term boogie-woogie refer to?

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A) a style of jazz developed in Harlem B) a Harlem dance craze C) an unidentified fear, or "boogie man" D) the bamboula
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id say dance craze but im only going off of pop culture
RAWR and what book is this
this ones alot more difficult
it is difficult
tag someone who might be able to help if you have to
how many have you or i gotten wrong so far
none. :)
ok im going to look into bamboula
you do that :)
jeez im good
considered i cant even take your lesson
*googles*
ok a bamboula is a building sorta like a bar but you get to enjoy jazz music
hey dont cuss its not that serious shhhh
Yesh delete that comment <3 :)
still confused
so its a or b
id say b
*silently screaming every cuss word in my head*
Oh b? *lagging* okay
yeah just go with b
thanks!
the answer is actually A lol
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I mean... FUDGE!!!!

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