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Annotated Bibliography

Your Annotated Bibliography should open with two-five sentences summarizing what you are interested in writing about, and what primary text (novel, poem(s), etc.) you want to explore, before the source section of the assignment.  This will allow me to help direct your thesis as it develops.

It should include no fewer than six, recent (within the last 10 years, except if historical) possible sources (in MLA citation format) for your topic, for which you will write a brief (approx. 3 sentences) note indicating what the source is about, its credibility, and how you might use it in your essay.

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