An annotated bibliography is a list of articles, journals, books, and other documents which consists of citations followed by short evaluations of every work. The citation is a description of the work elements which are listed in a particular style with specific indentation, capitalization and punctuation. Today, we are going to talk about the Chicago style annotated bibliography.
The annotation is a small review of the work and its author. Here you can write a short summary of the content and usefulness of the work. Write whether the work has any limitations, and include a description of what readers it is intended for. A Chicago annotated bibliography should be presented in alphabetical order by the last name of the author. Read more