A Nation of Dreams: America and its Issues through the Lens of Langston Hughes Sources.

A. I need a detailed outline for an essay that I provided guidelines for in the word doc attached. The topic of the essay is: A Nation of Dreams: America and its Issues through the Lens of Langston Hughes Sources. The theme of the essay is “While Hughes presents the hope of Americans in the American Dream, his realism lay in its impossibility as a mere illusion, not a reality. While Hughes presents the hope of Americans in the American Dream, his realism lay in its impossibility as a mere illusion, not a reality.” You will use this topic and theme to create a detailed outline and the steps on how to do everything are in the PowerPoint attached.
Include your thesis statement in the outline which is While Hughes presents the hope of Americans in the American Dream, his realism lay in its impossibility as a mere illusion, not a reality. While Hughes presents the hope of Americans in the American Dream, his realism lay in its impossibility as a mere illusion, not a reality. and create 2-3 research questions to answer in the essay.
B. Create an annotated bibliography with the following 3 resources used for the essay in MLA format, all instructions on how to do it are in powerpoint attached. ou have to mention the importance of these resources to the essay!!!
RESOURCE 1)
Dual, C. (2018). Langston Hughess Poetic Vision of the American Dream: A Complex and Creative Encoded Language. Angles. New Perspectives on the Anglophone World, (7).
RESOURCE 2)
Westover, J. (2002). Africa/America: Fragmentation and diaspora in the work of Langston Hughes. Callaloo, 25(4), 1-1223.
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RESOURCE 3)
Kaup, Monika. “” Our America” That Is Not One: Transnational Black Atlantic Disclosures in Nicols Guilln and Langston Hughes.” Discourse 22.3 (2000): 87-113.
The theme of the essay outline is “While Hughes presents the hope of Americans in the American Dream, his realism lay in its impossibility as a mere illusion, not a reality. While Hughes presents the hope of Americans in the American Dream, his realism lay in its impossibility as a mere illusion, not a reality.”

ALL INSTRUCTIONS ARE IN POWERPOINT ATTACHED

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