Re: tenses in annotated bibliography
So would I and, I think, so would most other writers. However, I have seen #3, particularly when the writer is about to come up with something that contradicts the authors, or something that the authors themselves have changed their minds about. #2 suggests, in my opinion, something that the writer is presenting as a recent view - one with which s/he may not be in total agreement. The present tense is always, in my opinion, acceptable.
Originally Posted by bhaisahab
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