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1 page/≈550 words
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Level:
MLA
Subject:
Literature & Language
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Annotated Bibliography
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English (U.S.)
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Annotated Bibliography for Literature (Annotated Bibliography Sample)

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The task was to write an annotated bibliography for a literature critique paper. the purpose of the sample is to show that i can write an annotated bibliography. the paper was done in accordance to the instructions of the particular client. source..
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ANNOTATED LIT CRIT BIBLIOGRAPHY (secondary sources only) You must have one secondary source for each primary source. Source #1 MLA Source Citation Miller, James. 'Fitzgerald's Gatsby: The World As Ash Heap'. Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism Literature Criticism Online 14 (1975): 146-155. Web. 9 May 2015. Corresponding Primary Work The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald Author's Central Argument & Why Useful The author seems to chastise the Myrtle and Gatsby for making efforts to fit into a status quo that will not accept them. This argument is useful because it shows the author's disapproval of the behavior of the two characters and seems to punish them for it. It is therefore a message that the American Dream has been corrupted to accommodate immoral actions in order to gain wealth and the discrimination that the Old money (Buchanan's) subject Gatsby and Myrtle to. Source #2 MLA Source Citation Hunter, Jeffrey W. 'The Catcher In The Rye, An Introduction To'. Literature Criticism Online Contemporary Literary Criticism 243 (2008): 183-194. Web. 9 May 2015. Corresponding Primary Work Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger Author's Central Argument & Why Useful The author identifies Holden's inability to understand sex as a way of asserting his reluctance to grow up and thus his exclusion from the status quo of his peers in society. The importance of this assertion is that it goes against the American Dream, whose achievement requires that one grows up and fit in with his/her peers. In this way, one will be able to achieve their potential as is required in the American Dream. Source #3 MLA Source Citation Draper, James P., and Jennifer Allison Brostrom. 'Brave New World, An Introduction To'. Contemporary Literary Criticism. Literature Criticism Online. 79 (1994): 283-292. Web. 9 May 2015. Corresponding Primary Work Brave New World by Aldous Huxley Author's Central Argument & Why Useful The author's central argument is that there is no hope for the remnant of the American Dream as he/she is likely to fully focus on the fulfilment of the materialist...
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