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What is an annotated bibliography?

A bibliography is a list of sources (articles, books, websites, interviews, etc) on a particular topic in a standardized formatting style (such as MLA, APA, or Chicago).

An annotated bibliography is a bibliography that includes a paragraph describing each source. The annotations can help the reader determine the value of the work and how the sources fit together.

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