Arlem Renaissance Focusing on the Black community

Using the text The Negro Artist and the Racial Mountainby Langston Hughes, research the Newblack community the emerged during the Harlem Renaissance. This paper also included an annotated bibliography a sample and directions will be attached. Teachers instructions:
In short, you should begin by addressing the following questions when developing your tentative topic:
1) What literary text or texts (one or two) will I be researching?
2) What literary movement, time period, or tradition is/are the text(s) a part of? (e.g. Harlem Renaissance, Black Arts Movement, Black Feminist Thought, Literature Since 1975, Neo-slave Narrative, Hip Hop Generation, Realism, Urban Naturalism, etc.)
3) What theme (e.g. identity, community, authenticity, etc.) or literary element (e.g. genre, diction, etc.) will I be focusing on?
You are free to let the paper development, so long as you are meeting the basic Three prongrequirements outlined above.
Step 2: Conduct Research
After you have selected a topic, you will then conduct scholarly research via library sources. The secondary source requirements include a minimum of five secondary sources from the Library Databases/Catalogue, including at least three scholarly articles from peer-reviewed academic journals; note that the literary works under analysis are primary sources a not secondary a and, as a result, do not count as secondary sources.

Recommended Library Databases for this Assignment:
Literature Resource Center
Literature Criticism Online
Literature Online
Academic OneFile
Note: You can narrow your search for a?Full Texta? and a?Peer-Revieweda? results.

Step 3: Write the Paper
Based on your research, write a research essay in which you make an argument about how the selected literary texts speak to their associated literary movement or tradition.
How does the literature reference a either explicitly or implicitly a what was going on historically, politically, culturally, etc.? Is the content and form of the literature a?in line witha? the conventions of its contemporary movement or tradition? Why or why not? And so what? How are questions of identity, community, and authenticity dealt with in the literature? How are those questions being wrestled with in the larger social and intellectual climate? Does the literature inspire, enrage, raise difficult questions, promote healing, or place a call to action? Why or why not?
In other words, place the literary movement/time period/tradition and the literature a?in conversationa? by making an argument for the literatureas relationship to a particular social and intellectual climate. You do not need to a and, in fact, should not a answer all of the above questions in the paper itself, but these are helpful questions to consider as you brainstorm for the paper. As you research and pre-write, you should narrow the topic by focusing on the components you decide are most relevant to the original argument that you are developing.
Be sure that your argument offers a fresh perspective or approach to the literature, and be sure to use evidence not only from your secondary research as support for your argument but from your own close readings of the literature.