An annotated bibliography list of all sources used in a person’s research, whether referenced or not. This list should contain the names of the author, the dates the copies were published, the page number of your sources if they are part of multi-source volumes, the names and the locations of companies that published your copies of the source’s title of the works. Each citation or source should be followed by a brief descriptive and evaluative paragraph, which is about 150 words, and that is the annotation. With the annotation, the reader is informed of the relevance, accuracy, and quality of the citations to documents, articles or books. This type of bibliography calls for a critical analysis on all the sources cited and then choosing the source that is the most relevant and that which provides a variety of perspectives on your topic. Then cite the source with the appropriate style followed by a concise annotation that summarizes the central theme and the scope of the source. Also include the authority and the background of the author, the intended audience, a contrast of this source with another one you have cited.