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Annotated Bibliography and Literature Review are mostly seen and used in essay writing, research work as a thesis. Both give a summary of some facts about various information in a particular book. Annotated bibliographies are used to provide information about the sources of different citations to all the books referenced in your research work. The bibliography is usually written on a page towards the back of a book. The name of the author, the title of the book, date of publications, and other information are included in the annotated bibliography.


Literature reviews are written to give a summary of a book. The size of the literature review depends on the volume of the original book. It gives compressed information about a book. Literature reviews are written together with the pros and cons of the book so that the potential buyers of the book can be adequately informed about the book. An annotated bibliography gives more accuracy about some facts listed in a book

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I think the greatest fiction writer of all time was Mark Twain. Although he did write other novels, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn will remain as some of the most important and influential American novels of all time. Mark Twain wrote fiction, but his writing was about more than entertainment. His stories told about the state of civil rights at the time. Mark Twain was an abolitionist and spoke out against slavery.

His stories also spoke of religion and labor rights. Mark Twain was an imperialist and later in life an anti-imperialist. Mark Twain's writing are important not only because they are brilliant but because they speak of the times in which he wrote.

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There is no highlighting and no question shows up on the quiz... just the text and the answer choices. Just the same, every question that asks the test-taker to identify a point on "this plot diagram" fails to show a plot diagram. Very frustrating. Is there something I am doing wrong?

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The correct answer to this question is A. A literature review is a portion of a research paper that reviews all of the previous research, findings, and work that has been done thus far in relation to your research question. Because of this, your research problem and question should be clearly defined.

You do not know what literature is relevant if you do not know what you need to research. The literature review helps the researcher create the study, which leads to development of data collection and data analysis. There is a standard order of events when conducting an academic study.

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The answer to the question “Where did all the proceeds from the book Peter Pan go?” is letter C or Hospital. James Matthew Barrie or most commonly known as J.M. Barrie was born on May 09, 1860 in Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland, and he was famous for creating the fictional character Peter Pan. He died on June 19, 1937 in London, England, but before he died, he bequeathed all the rights to Peter Pan to Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London.

This meant that the hospital held the copyright for the book and everything related to Peter Pan. However, it is also worthy to note that the copyright of the book expired in 2008 which only meant that Peter Pan and Neverland became a public domain.

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The correct answer is letter D. Individuality is what the people during the Modern time find most important. The Modern times or the Modernist Period happened shortly after the beginning of the 20th century until 1965. In this period, individuality is one of the two most important values among people as it was highly discouraged before. It was also during this period when the Great War or World War I happened which devastated Europe from 1914 to 1918.

Although the Modernist Period suffered many drawbacks, people still used these drawbacks to their own advantage to fix and use their individuality. The other most important value is experimentation wherein people tried different things that were not done before either because they were forbidden or because people it was frowned upon during the old days.

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The correct answer is letter D. Nancy Drew played a detective in the book entitled Nancy Drew. She is a fictional character in the mystery fiction series written and created by Edward Stratemeyer. Before we discuss more about Nancy Drew, let’s talk about the author first. Edward Stratemeyer was born on October 04, 1862 in Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States.

He was best known for his series The Rover Boys, The Bobbsey Twins, Tom Swift, Baseball Joe, The Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew and The Dana Girls. Nancy Drew was a critical success when it was published in 1930. Laura Harris, a Grosset and Dunlap editor even wrote a letter to Stratemeyer Syndicate that “Nancy Drew is one of the most important.”

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The correct answer is letter D. Rapunzel let down her hair in Rapunzel. It is a known fact that Rapunzel is a fairy tale popularized by the Brothers Grimm, but some people don’t really know the brothers behind such work of art. Jacob Ludwig Carl Grimm or Jacob Grimm was born on January 04, 1785 while Wilhelm Carl Grimm or Wilhelm Grimm was born on February 24, 1786. Aside from Rapunzel, they also popularized Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel, The Frog Prince, Snow White and Sleeping Beauty.

Rapunzel was first published in 1812 as part of the Children’s and Household Tales. In this story, Rapunzel was locked up inside a tower with no stairs or doors and only a room and one window by the evil witch Dame Gothel. Whenever Dame Gothel visits Rapunzel, she always says: “Rapunzel, Rapunzel, let down your hair, so that I may climb thy golden stair.”

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The correct answer is letter B. Sam-I-Am eats ham with his green eggs in the famous Dr. Seuss book. It is obvious that this is the correct answer because Dr. Seuss children’s book is entitled Green Eggs and Ham. It was published on August 12, 1960 and has sold more than 8 million copies as of 2016. In this book, it covers the story of Sam-I-Am and an unnamed character.

Sam-I-Am kept convincing the character to eat his green eggs and ham, but the character refuses because he does “not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am.” That’s where the story revolves and the unnamed character ultimately agrees to eat Sam-I-Am’s green eggs and ham and unexpectedly liked it.

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At the end of the book “Jane Eyre”, Jane has married Edward Rochester. Actually, by this point in the book, they have been “blissfully married” for ten years. Charlotte Bronte writes that Mr. Rochester had been blind for two years prior to this point, but had regained some of his sight. Because of this, it gives us the knowledge that he was able to see his firstborn child.


However, there is a larger theme here. Most literature from this time, when written by a female, ends with the heroine marrying. Most of the time, it is because they fell in love, but there were some disastrous marriages along the way, too; think Lydia and Mr. Wickham in Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice”.

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