Annotated Bib Example

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Annotated Bib Example

Student 1Sample StudentMs. KuykendallComposition and Research7 January 2011Annotated Bibliography: Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet"Shakespeare, William 1564–1616 English Writer." Renaissance: An Encyclopedia for Students. Ed. Paul F. Grendler. Vol. 4. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 2004. 83-89. Gale Virtual Reference Library. Web. 3 Jan. 2011.Grendler’s article provides biographical information about William Shakespeare, the famous dramatist, as well as facts about thought-provoking subjects concerning the playwright, including the issue of his authorship. Detailed summaries and analyses of several Shakespeare plays provide additional information about the author’s works.This source would be useful to someone seeking to expand knowledge of Shakespeare and possibly read or research more of his works. However, not only would fans of Shakespeare benefit from this source, but those interested in learning more about types of plays and their histories could gain knowledge, as well. The author gives detailed information and extensive background, proving his validity as a secondary source.


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