Annotated Bibliography

Doctorow, Cory. Little Brother. New York: A Tom Doherty Associates Book, 2008.
Why it is important to my work:
Little Brother is the most important book to my work because it is what everything is based upon. All the connections made with the following books are connected to the theme of revolution found in the book.

Editors of American Heritage, ed. Thomas Jefferson and His World. New York: American Heritage Co., Inc., 1960.
Why is it important to my work:
The chapter on the Revolution of 1800 talks more about revolution, more specifically on how
Jefferson saw that the United States was not the United States he had hopes for it to be when he wrote the Declaration of Independence and so he worked to trying to make the United States what he had idealized it to be by starting a Revolution. This is important to my work because it gives me a historical basis to compare Marcus and his X-net revolution to.

Fischer, David Hackett. The Revolution of American Conservatism. New York: Harper & Row, Inc., 1965.
Why it is important to my work:

This book is submerged with details on the rocky relationships between poliitcal groups in early America and how it lead to revolunion.

Shuffelton, Frank. "Chapter 18, 19 and 21." The American Enlightenment. Rochester, N.Y.: University of Rochester P, 1993.
Why it is important to my work:

There are three relevant chapters to my work: Ch 18 Jefferson on Liberty, 19 Jeffersonian Revisions of Locke: Education, Property-Rights, and Liberty and 21 Benjamin Franklin and the Penal Laws. All three chapters provide deeper insight into the formation of a revolution which is what my hypertext is based on.

Right to Revolution Hypertext