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ENGL 14: Introduction to Literary History and Interpretation (Tarnoff): MLA Format

A guide to doing research on works of literature, writers, and the history of books and literature

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MLA Citation Style

Guides to Citing Sources in MLA Citation Style

 

The MLA Handbook is the official, authoritative source to use for creating your citations in correct MLA format.  It utilizes in-text citations and a works cited page at the end.  The following sections of the handbook are the ones you will use most often.

 

Another tool that can be helpful when using the MLA citation style is the following:

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