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The Eighth Edition of A Guide to MLA Documentation is an affordable, concise guide that provides only the information that you really need and-according to many students and instructors-is easier to use than the MLA's own handbook.
Table of Contents
|Preparing the List of Works Cited||p. 1|
|Sample Entries: Books in Print||p. 3|
|Sample Entries: Articles in Print Periodicals||p. 7|
|Sample Entries: Miscellaneous Print and Nonprint Sources||p. 9|
|Sample Entries: Web Publications||p. 10|
|Documenting Sources||p. 13|
|Placing and Punctuating the Parenthetical Reference||p. 14|
|Citing Sources: Examples||p. 15|
|Using Notes and Parenthetical References||p. 19|
|Implications for Your Research and Composing||p. 20|
|Evaluating Sources||p. 20|
|Compiling Source Information||p. 22|
|Taking Notes||p. 22|
|Quoting Sources||p. 23|
|Summarizing and Paraphrasing Sources||p. 24|
|Avoiding Plagiarism||p. 25|
|Annotated Student Research Paper||p. 28|
|Abbreviations for MLA Documentation||p. 34|
|Appendix on APA Style||p. 35|
|Preparing the List of References||p. 36|
|Sample Entries||p. 37|
|Documenting Sources||p. 39|
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