Friday, July 15, 2011

Kennedy Nonfiction: Before You Read - Primary or Secondary Source

I would rather read a primary source book about fascinating crime because its original. It's the firsthand account of an event. Also, it directs the thoughts of the writer thoroughly. It also expresses the feeling and emotions whether they were true or not. Furthermore, it included many details that an eyewitness can provide. For example, the diary of Anne Frank I have already read this story. Anne wrote down everything she felt, saw, thought into her diary. All the suffrering was wrote down in specific details. Primary and secondary sources are important they tell you where all your information is.

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