Aaliyah Morgan Jacobs Enc 1102 2 April 2014 “The Yellow Wallpaper” Annotated Bibliography Barth, Melissa E.

“The Yellow Wallpaper.” Masterplots 11: Short Story Series, Revised Edition (2004): 1-2. Literary Reference Plus. Web. 27 Mar. 2014. The main points for this source are the in depth summary of the story, the analysis of theme and tone, and the analysis of the writing style of the author. The topics that are covered in this source are theme, tone, and writing style and techniques found in the story. Compared to my other sources this would be my second best source because just like Barth, I too am analyzing the themes in “The Yellow Wallpaper.” It’s very refreshing to see the themes she chose and it really helped me get a clear understanding on how to go about analyzing that particular literary element. I think that that this article is very objective, the author stated facts not opinions and with my prior knowledge of the story I can tell that everything that Barth said can be backed up. The main goal of this source is to mainly inform its readers on the particular literary elements that had the most impact on the story. This source can really help me in my analysis because not only does it give me a refresher on what the story is about and explains it so that I understand it more, it has examples of different themes and shows me a clearer way on how to go about

analyzing the themes that I chose to analyze. This source is very useful to me because of all the information it carries, and it leaves you with no questions. Hudock, Amy E. “The Yellow Wallpaper.” Masterplots 11: Women’s Literature Series (1995): 1-3. Literary Reference Center Plus. Web. 27 Mar. 2014. The main points for this source are its break down of the story, it’s in depth analysis of the story and the actual context of the story. The topics that are covered in this source are the content within the story; what the story is actually about and its meaning, the full out analysis of the story which touches base with certain literary elements like theme and critical approaches, and the context in which it is written analyzing the purpose in which this story was written. This source would be my fifth choice out of all five of my sources, not saying it was bad source I just got a lot more information for specific things that I am analyzing from my other sources. This source is very much credible because it is a scholarly source and found the Valencia database. This article is objective, nothing but facts were stated about the story and nothing was opinionated everything was backed, she even used quotes from the story itself to confirm credibility. The goal of this source is to merely give an analysis of the story and relate it to the time in which it was written. This source actually just helps me with analyzing as a whole, refreshing my memory on how to really go about analyzing this particular story. This source is very useful to me, it has a lot of useful information and is very well written. King, Jeannette, and Pam Morris. "On Not Reading between the Lines: Models of Reading in

'The Yellow Wallpaper.'" Studies in Short Fiction Vol.26: 22. Academic Search Complete. Web. 27 Mar. 2014. The main points for this source is to interpret the psychological aspect of the story. The main topics covered in this source are repression, social structure, and aggression in the time period in which this was written. This would be my third main source that to use. The source is credible because I found it through an online database through Valencia’s system. This source may pass a little bias because it is written by two women who are literally interpreting the repressions of male dominated social structures in the story. The main goal for this source is to give me a deeper outlook on the story, going in depth with the context in which it was written. It will help me with my paper because it can help strengthen my arguments with my critical approaches as well as provide me with information on the psychological aspect of the story. It is useful and has a plethora of information I can use I when writing my paper. The Norton Introduction to Literature. W.W. Norton & Co.2013. Mays, Kelly “The Yellow Wall Paper” Gilman, Charlotte pgs. 478-489 The main points of this source is the entire story itself. There are no specific topics covered in this source, however it does give me a little background knowledge on the author and provides questions so that I understand the story completely. This of course is my first and main source. This source is very credible being that it is the book that has the whole story. It is objective because it’s not opinion based nor is it an analysis of the story. The goal of this source is to provide me the hard copy of “The Yellow Wallpaper.” This source is going to help me write my paper because it holds the

most important thing I need in this paper, the written story. This source is very useful to me because it is the book that holds my entire story. “The Yellow Wallpaper.” Short Stories for Students. Ed. Kathleen Wilson. Vol.1. Detroit: Gale, 1997. 277-293. Virtual Reference Library. Web. 27 Mar. 2014. The main points of this source is to provide me with general information about the story. The topics covered in this source are character over view, a biography on the author, and it gives me a plot summary for the story. This would rank as my fourth source. This source is credible because I also found it within the Valencia database. It is an objective source because there are no opinions or analysis given, its simply regurgitating facts from the story that is clear to every reader. The goal of this source is to provide me with general information from the story such as characterization and also to provide me with general background information about the author. This source is useful to me because it holds a lot of useful information that can help strengthen my analysis of the entire story.