Definitions for "SECONDARY SOURCES"
Sources compiling (synthesizing) or critiquing original works. Examples include literary criticisms, biographies, encyclopedia articles, textbooks, and magazine articles.
Modern academic works which present evidence about and interpretations of ancient texts.
Compilations or critiques of original works. Examples of secondary sources include literary criticism, narrative or social history, biographies, encyclopedia articles, and journal articles critiquing the work of others.
Books, reference data, the internet, experts.
material written or reported at some point after an event occurred