I want to provide further information on each reference, like what they could expect to find in that particular reference. Kind of like the below imageenter image description here

However, I have been working with BibTeX so far. Is there a way to add these further explanations to the reference list which BibTeX produces? I mean at the end of each reference, could I write a couple of sentences? I found a similar thing by adding those explanatory phrases in the notes section of each BibTeX reference ,but I cannot force the notes to appear in the output.

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    Some options: 1. switch to a BibTeX style that shows the notes (most styles do), 2. use the bibentry package as in tex.stackexchange.com/questions/49048/… to add full citations in-text and repeat them in the Bibliography without explanations, 3. Use conventional citations in the text (Problem 2-6 is taken from \cite{Kendall77}) and show the bibliography at the end without explanations, 4. manually edit the .bbl file once you have added all references.
    – Marijn
    Mar 11 at 11:30
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    See also tex.stackexchange.com/q/33008/2693
    – Alan Munn
    Mar 11 at 12:19


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