ENGL212.Annotated Bibliography Dr. Liu
1. This assignment requires you to first go over the following before submission:
o How to compose an Annotated Bibliography
o How to write a one paragraph Summary
o What type of verbs to use to introduce the author's argument, main idea, or thesis in each
o A summary's first sentence should include the items below:
"Title" of work - title must be placed in quotation marks - "Title"
Publication date in (parenthesis)
Author's key argument - this key main idea, thesis, or argument is something
you extrapolate from the article. Read the selected secondary sources from Jstor
or Humanities at CUNY's e-resources carefully and compare or contrast the two
articles related to each question in a summarized paragraph.
Visit the Writing Lab at the college for revision and editing sessions before
No expressions such as "The author is saying ...because..." A 20% deduction on
such phrases. Use verbs judiciously by studying the list attached
Final Exam: Annotated Bibliography
1. Download the assignment file: Located in Final Exam Annotated Bibliography link
2. Read the Assignment Q#1 and #2 on the bottom of the page
3. Go to Jstor.org and/or CUNY Humanities e-Resources Web Sites to search for at least
four articles that discuss the literary work, Candide, by Voltaire you studied in Topic 4
4. Prepare an annotated bibliography of the five entries:
1. Candide in our anthology (primary source)
2. Two articles from your search engines for Q#1 (secondary sources). Journal/Print
references only. No Web references allowed.
3. Two articles from your search engines for Q#2. Journal references only.
Annotated bibliography asks you to sum up the gist information of each work (summary): 1) The
Primary Source: Candide and 2) Secondary Sources: articles about Candide in the areas of Q#1
Download the AnnotatedBibliographyQuestions now.