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Annotated Bibliography Abstract
Remove all instructions and examples from this template before you print it out. Here you write a 100-150 word summary of the questions you are pursuing in your essay. What do you aim to learn in your research? Describe the process of your research so far. How did you find your sources? Is there anything particularly interesting that you have already discovered?
Primary SourcesPrimary Sources are the texts or films you are writing about, e.g. “The Raven” or Smoke Signals.
List the bibliographic data, and 1-3 sentences of summary. Not every essay will have primary sources.Example:Ed Wood. Dir. Tim Burton. Perf. Johnny Depp, Martin Landau, Sarah Jessica Parker, Patricia
Arquette. Touchstone, 1994. DVD.Burton’s film is a humorous and stylistic look at the moviemaking methods of Ed Wood and his production of Plan 9 from Outer Space, notorious for being one of the worst movies ever filmed.
Secondary SourcesThese are the texts that are about your text, e.g. a criticism of “The Raven,” or an interview with one or more authors. List the bibliographic data for at least five sources you plan to quote; using 100-150 words, provide a brief but specific summary, including a description of its strengths and weaknesses, as well as its usefulness (or uselessness) to your essay.
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