a annotated bibliography (4 sources)

My topic Suicide/Suicide Preventionattached is my teachers sample and I need it to be like this. But I already have all my sources and citations. I just need your help making it into an annotated bibliography like my teachers sample.But one of the sources as a book and the other 3 are articles and I have the links to them.at least 130 words for each source.4sources * 130 words=520 words total.

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Constantin, Charles. “The Puritan Ethic and the Dignity of Labor: Hierarchy vs. Equality.”
Journal of the History of Ideas, vol. 40, no. 4, 1979, pp. 543-61.
This article focuses on the seminal Lutheran and Calvinist conception of a “calling,” the idea
of spiritual fulfillment associated with this individual vocation and the progression, both in
England and America, from this precept to a similar but “secularutilitarian” philosophy on
the nature of work. Although this essay focuses primarily on the development of these
principles in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, it still offers a helpful perspective on
Jack of Newbury as a forerunner of this school of thought. Of particular interest is the
discussion of John Cotton and a sermon he delivered in the early part of the sixteenth century
that suggested that “even servile labor was a kind of sacrament” while he “insisted that
preoccupation with social status was often the product of a ‘carnall’ rather than a ‘faithful’
Himmelfarb, Gertrude. “Can Lost Morality be Restored in Modern Societies? Lessons from
Victorian England.” The American Enterprise, Nov.-Dec. 1995, p. 723.
Pointing out that Victorian England underwent an “Industrial Revolution even more
consequential” than our own because it included “an urban revolution, a political revolution,
and a social revolution,” Himmelfarb suggests that the U.S. is capable of being
“remoralized.” She briefly refers to the “Puritan ethic” – which she states includes “such
secular virtues as work, shrift, temperance, and responsibility” – asserting that it is no
coincidence that “mankind’s most important movements of moral reformation originated as
religious movements.”
Kegl, Rosemary. The Rhetoric of Concealment: Figuring Gender and Class in Renaissance
Literature. Cornell UP, 1994. Print.
Kegl spends an entire chapter in this book-length study of gender and class in Renaissance
Literature applying what can be construed as both Marxist and feminist approaches to Jack of
Newbury. Kegl, in a decidedly Bakhtinian manner, claims that “Deloney’s proverb making
is a hegemonic process” that ultimately works to reconcile classes and groups that were
pointedly at odds in Renaissance England. Unfortunately, in attempting to prove her point,
Kegl seems unwarranted in some of the emphasis she puts on the hegemonic nature of Jack’s
character; she somewhat myopically ignores Deloney’s own political activism and the way in
which it manifests itself in his fiction. Nonetheless, this piece offers a great deal of insight
into the economy and culture of the Newbury of Jack’s day and a solid discussion of the
related class struggles that were taking place.
O’Connell, Laura Stevenson. “The Elizabethan Bourgeois HeroTale: Aspects of an Adolescent
Social Consciousness.” After the Reformation: Essays in Honor of J.H. Hexter, edited by
Barbara C. Malament, Manchester UP, 1980, pp. 267-90.
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In this essay, O’Connell applies a Marxist reading to minor literary works of the Renaissance
era celebrating merchants. She offers background information, discussing several texts that
celebrate merchants possessing chivalric qualities. O’Connell suggests that, while these
figures may seem laughable today – a “merchant in full armor” and an “apprentice who tears
out lions’ hearts” – they were characters created in all earnestness. They served the
ideological purpose of elevating the respect afforded to the newly established middleclass in
Renaissance England.
*Note: An anthology is a collection of works written by various authors; think of it as a compilation
CD, like the Music Now series. You are allowed to use up to three sources from the same anthology
if you can locate one on your research topic.

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