I. Find another new source to use in your annotated bibliography, read it thoroughly, and write up an evaluative annotation for it. See A & B 263-264 for an explanation and example of this type of annotation. Include an MLA-formatted citation for the source as well.
II. Again, write a thorough explanation of your research process for finding this source, and then explain how reading this source has further contributed to your understanding of your topic. How has this source helped you to answer your research question? Has it caused you to pose any other new questions? What do you know now that you didn’t know before? Again, try to practice “wallowing in complexity” by explaining your thought process and try to articulate how your understanding of your topic is changing as you continue to learn more about it.
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