Langston Huges Order Description

Topic: Langston Huges
Order Description
write a researched critical essay
critical paper should place the author in his or her biographical and historical context and literary movement, and should discuss the societal ideology (patriarchy, feminism, capitalism, socialism, etc.) inscribed within the work. Also trace the major influences on the author’s writing, and examine at least one specific primary source of the author’s works for hallmarks of the literary movement/s he or she was part of. Because only scholarly peer-reviewed secondary sources are acceptable for this assignment, research of secondary sources must be conducted using the LSC-Kingwood Library’s research databases JSTOR, Project Muse, or Literature Resource Center. The papers should be no less than 5 double-spaced pages and have a minimum of 4 secondary sources plus the primary source (the author’s story, novel, play, or collection of poems) which should be cited with in-text parenthetical references in the body of the paper and listed on a Works Cited page according to MLA guidelines. No internet sources will be accepted on this project. Minimum required length: 5 typed, double-spaced pages, 12 pt Times New Roman font, 1 inch margins. (No extra spaces between heading, title, or paragraphs, please. The entire document should be uniformly double-spaced.) Remember, you are writing a researched analysis, not a book report. End your first paragraph with a strong thesis that places the author in an appropriate literary movement or movements, supported in your body paragraphs by relevant quotes from the story or novel, and from scholarly critics, unfolded in a logical progression of paragraphs that leads to an appropriate conclusion. Please do not write a delayed-thesis argument; I prefer that you get to the point as clearly and concisely as possible in a strong thesis in the first paragraph of your essay. A Rough Draft is needed with cited page with outline. examine Montage of a dream deferred by Langston for the specific primary source of the author’s works for hallmarks of the literary movement that he was part of. I will upload the secondary sources