First, list the four sources in MLA format. Then add to each source the informat
First, list the four sources in MLA format. Then add to each source the informat
First, list the four sources in MLA format. Then add to each source the information that follows. To create the annotated bibliography, answer, for each source, the following questions in complete sentences: 1. Is this source useful to your paper topic? Why/why not? Explain 2. Is the writer/creator of this source reliable and trustworthy as far as knowing what he or she is talking about? How do you know/how can you tell? (In other words, besides maybe doing a good job writing about it, what reason is there to think that the author’s opinion is any better than just the average person's opinion?) If the article is a peer-reviewed journal, then that should also be mentioned. 3. Does the date when this source was written matter? In a good or a bad way? Why/why not? Tell what the date is and whether or not it is important to this essay you are writing. 4. What was the most interesting/useful part of the article? Tell why?

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