Name Professor Course Date What You Pawn I Will Redeem: Annotated Bibliography Prompt: What you pawn I will redeem. Working Thesis: “Conflict perpetuates Sherman Alexie What you pawn I will Redeem. Sherman A. What You Pawn I Will Redeem (21st April 2003). The New Yorker; Fiction. P1-p10. Sherman Alexie artistically narrates the story of a young man Jackson Jackson. Jackson has been homeless but for his wits and survival gigs he intermingles freely with people. Jackson is an Indian American who has epitomized the quest Islam M. reviews the critical role authors may play to change a general ill mental perception about a certain race of people. Given weight is the Indian community that is thought to be among the native communities that have inhabited the U.S.A since time immemorial. The special role of authorial activism has been highly covered captured and inclusive of Sherman Alexie’s “What You Pawn I will redeem.” The piece is very educative and every student can’t avoid missing this. It is highly recommended for them. [...]
For this assignment, you will write an annotated bibliography on three sources. For detailed information on how to create your Annotated Bibliography, please see this Sample Annotated Bibliography. In your Annotated Bibliography, you will Copy and paste the writing prompt you chose to explore in Week One into a Word Document. Restate the working thesis you created in Week One below your writing prompt. In this same document, identify your primary source (your short story) and two secondary, academic sources. Summarize each source and explain how the source supports your working thesis. These summaries should be 100 to 150 words for each entry. For the Annotated Bibliography assignment, you will write annotations for three sources. One source should be a primary source. Next, you will choose two secondary sources that are additional to the text. The two sources you locate must be academic sources and come from peer-reviewed journals or other scholarly publications. For information on finding sources within the Ashford Library, please view the ENG125 - Literature Research tutorial (Links to an external site.) . The Annotated Bibliography includes a citation of the source in APA format. It also includes a brief summary of the source.