By Joseph F. Trimmer

Briefer, cheaper, and more uncomplicated to exploit than the MLA's personal guide, this well known publication gains present MLA directions, a brand new part on comparing on-line resources, and an updated APA appendix. The consultant additionally offers a variety of examples, a pattern learn paper, and important tricks on such subject matters as averting plagiarism and taking notes.

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Works Cited Hughes, Robert. The Fatal Shore. New York: Knopf, 1987. Print. 28 / A Guide to MLA Documentation 5. com. All Rights Reserved. The author of the following research paper used many features of MLA style to document her paper. Adhering to MLA style, she did not include a title page with her paper. Instead, she typed her name, her instructor’s name, the course title, and the date on separate lines (double-spacing between lines) at the upper left margin. Then, after double-spacing again, she typed the title of her paper, double-spaced, and started the first line of her text.

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