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Love, Power, and Authority in the Enlightenment's Revolutions - Oakland Campus: Secondary Sources

This course guide is designed for students enrolled in ENGLIT 1150 and focuses specifically on literary and cultural resources relating to concepts of love, duty, power, and authority in the late 17th and the 18th century.

Secondary Sources

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What are Secondary Sources?

A secondary source analyzes, describes, or interprets a primary source. Oftentimes a secondary source is produced during a later time period, an offers an argument or opinion that places the primary source in historical context. Usually, research involves use of a primary source followed by consutlitng secondary sources to construct an analysis, demonstrate an argument or opinion, or present an interpretation. The article, book, etc., that is created can be considered a secondary source.

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