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Annotated Bibliography, Example 2

Annotation Style: Begins on Same Line
Citation Style: MLA

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Bielawski, Larry, and A. Franklin Parks. Organizational Writing. Belmont: Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1987. Organizational Writing is designed to present practical information on the writing process and to provide descriptions on several types of writing situations that a business writer is likely to encounter. Chapters 1-4 guide the writer through the writing process from analyzing business situations, to prewriting and planning to the final steps in composition. Chapters 5-21 provide descriptions of several types of business writing situations, including sales letters, proposals and feasibility reports. Organizational Writing is designed as a comprehensive guide for business writers.


The annotation written for the source listed above is a short annotation that focuses on only one of the points mentioned in the General Information section of this packet – it identifies the focus of the book and provides a summary of it accordingly.

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