Submit an annotated bibliography that contains at least four research sources. Sources should be limited to .edu or .org sources- avoid anonymous.com sources at all costs (Wikipedia, Sparknotes, LitCharts, etc). For each source, you will first provide an MLA-formatted works cited entry for that source. Then, underneath each individual source, you will provide a paragraph-length annotation. An annotation is a brief summary of the source’s main ideas or points and may also include a sentence or two about how/why you think this source is relevant to how “Candide” by Voltaire is important to Womens equality.
- You must provide at least four source entries.
- Each source should be a critical argument on the reading you’ve chosen for your research paper. Sources that only provide biographical information or plot summary are unacceptable. Sources should be both scholarly and relevant to your topic.
- The annotation for each source entry should be a detailed paragraph in length (at least 100-150 words).
- You must include a brief summary of the source. This summary should include the author’s thesis.
- You must provide an explanation how this source is relevant to Womens equality
- For more information on how to write an annotated bibliography, you should view the Purdue OWL’s website here: https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/common_writing_assignments/annotated_bibliographies/annotated_bibliographies.html
- WHEN DONE PLEASE ATTACH SOURCES FOUND VIA PDF TO COMPLETED PAPER.