Annotated Bibliography on Parable of the sower: graph novel adaption
Annotated bibliographies assist in the compilation, organization, and analysis of sources. They are living documents that grow and change as your research project develops.
The purpose of an annotated bibliography is to prepare you for a research project. In the course of writing up short paragraphs on a range of works related to your topic or research focus, you will acquire a sense of what the existing critical conversation has been and, by extension, how your own work will contribute to that conversation.
As you prepare to write your research paper on Damian Duffy and John Jennings’ graphic adaptation of Octavia Butler’s Parable of the Sower, please annotate a total of five (5) secondary sources that might be referenced in your essay. In these 200-250-word entries,
1.) summarize each source’s content/argument(s),
2.) assess the source’s argumentative persuasiveness and its significance to the themes discussed in the novel,
3.) discuss how this source might function in your paper, and
4.) assess how the source relates to, negates, and/or helps you navigate other sources listed on your bibliography.
You must complete all these steps to receive full credit on your annotations
To frame your bibliography, please write a 100-word introduction explaining how these sources will help you approach a research project about Parable of the Sower.
Alphabetize your bibliographical entries by authors’ last name.
Summary should play a minor role in your entries; analysis should be prioritized.
Use MLA format.
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