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**This assignment is the first assignment working towards Paper Two: Analysis of Literary Works Using Research and Literary Criticism (1200 Words in MLA Format) **
Please submit an annotated bibliography. This annotated bibliography should include the following and use MLA format (It will have 5 paragraphs total):1. Title the page “Annotated Bibliography” in 12 pt Times New Roman Font, double spaced2. List two books or academic journal articles on a literary theory, an author, or a specific story / poem that you think you might want to use.3. Include a Works Cited entry for each article. This can be the auto-generated entry from the library databases.4. Include a summary in your own words for each article. Each summary should be at least two paragraphs.3. At the end of the page, write a paragraph about what texts (at least 3) you are thinking of using, a theory, and what you would like to find in your research.Please refer to this handout for Theory Background and Questions: Literary Theory and Criticism HO S22.docx Download Literary Theory and Criticism HO S22.docxLibrary guide for literature resources (Links to an external site.)Recommended searches: Author Name and Work Name, Name of work and the word criticism, Name of Author and Name of Literary Theory, Title of Work and Name of Literary Theory, Author NameTips: 1. If you find a useful article, look at the bibliography from that source to see if there are other useful sources. 2. Read abstracts to tell if the article will be useful or not. 3. Whenever possible, use PDFs 4. As you take notes, make sure to copy: the citation and the page # 5. Make sure the page number is from the actual journal (on the page) not the PDF page (usually on top).
Texts that can be used: “The Kugelmass Episode” by Woody Allen, “Happy Endings” by Margaret Atwood, “The Navigators” by Mike MeGinnis, “I Am A Cat” by Natsume Soseki, “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson, “Looking for a Rain God” by Bessie Head, “The Birthmark” by Nathaniel Hawthorne, “A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, William Blake: “Introduction to Songs of Innocence,” “The Ecchoing Green,” “The School Boy,” and “The Tyger,” “Those Winter Sundays” by Robert Hayden, “The Necklace” by Guy de Maupassant, Taylor Mali “What Teachers Make,” Taylor Mali “Like Lily, Like Wilson, ” “In at Least a Thousand Worlds” by Michael Mlekoday, “If I had a Daughter” by Sara Kay, “What’s Genocide?” by Carlos Andres Gomez, “Stank Breath” by Helena D. Lewis, “Where are you going, Where have you been?” by Joyce Carol Oates, “They Yellow Wallpaper” by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, William Wordsworth: “Strange Fits of Passion I Have Known,” “I Wandered Lonely As a Cloud,” “Three Years She Grew,” “A Slumber did my Spirit Seal,” “She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways,” and “I Travelled Among the Unknown Men,” Emily Dickinson: “Because I Could Not Stop For Death,” “I Felt a Funeral in my Brain,” “I Heard a Fly Buzz – When I Died,” “Hope is the Thing With Feathers,” “I’m Nobody, Who are You?”, Robert Browning: “Porphyria’s Lover,” Langston Hughes: “Night Funeral in Harlem,” “Let America be America Again,” Alice Dunbar Nelson: “I Sit and Sew,” Claude McKay “The Harlem Dancer,” Sylvia Plath: “Lady Lazarus,” “Daddy,” “Morning Song,” Czeslaw Milosz: “A Song for the End of the World,” Martin Espada “Imagine the Angels of Bread,” “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas” by Ursula Le Guin, “As Good as New” by Charlie Jane Anders, “Zombie” by Chuck Palahniuk