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Students often ask about the difference between a Works Cited list and a Bibliography. The basic difference is that a Works Cited list includes only those works for which there are in-text citations in the essay (or book). A Bibliography, on the other hand, usually includes related articles and books that were not cited by the writer but which the writer considers to be of possible interest to his or her readers. An Annotated Bibliography is a bibliography in which the writer adds short comments about many of the entries.
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