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The prompt is , Aberjhani, the co-author of Encyclopedia of the Harlem Renaissance, wrote: “The best of humanity’s recorded history is a creative balance between horrors endured and victories achieved, and so it was during the Harlem Renaissance.” Though writing is often a solitary act, writers often are influenced by the historical and political climate surrounding the moment of creation (historical context). We can use historical context to better understand a particular work, and we can also analyze the individual works of a movement to better understand the historical context. For this assignment, find a commonality between at least three literary works (poetry / short fiction) written during the Harlem Renaissance and use this to create an argument that these works can help us understand something about the broader context of this artistic movement. Length/Format/SourcesPresent your argument in an essay of 1000-1250 words (approx. 3-4 full pages). You are required to use at least four sources. A minimum of three of these should be literary works of the Harlem Renaissance (from our text or from outside research) which you have closely read and analyzed, and at least one non-literary text from another source (historical, critical, etc.) must be utilized as well. Make sure all sources are properly documented using MLA guidelines. Essays should be typed and double-spaced. Your name, course, and section should appear in the heading of your paper. Your essay should be given an original title. The presentation of a working thesis and rough draft will be factored into your final grade for this paper so be sure to complete all process steps by the appointed deadlines.Focus AreasThe grading focus of this essay will be on your ability to draw a thesis from several different texts, both literary and in other disciplines. Make a claim that relies on a synthesis of evidence from many places, and make sure not to rely too heavily on any one text for support. Your reader should see that your claim is about multiple works, and by extension, the Harlem Renaissance in a broader sense, and not only one particular author or work.