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Why Is Bibliography Important?

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Bibliography is an absolute or selective list of works gathered upon some general principle such as subject, authorship, are of publication, or publisher. It is important because it presents a summary of the resources and explains its significance.
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Without a bibliography there is no proof you did any research. A bibliography also enables people to check up on your sources in order to make sure your information is relevant and
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