A bibliography merely lists the sources you are using in your research, but an annotated bibliography gives a description (an annotation) of each source. Usually, an annotated bibliography is formatted just like a bibliography (Works Cited page)–all the sources are listed alphabetically. However, an annotated bibliography has an annotation (note) after each source. The annotations can vary significantly in length, from two or three sentences for each source, up to half a page.
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