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High School: Literature: Citing

MLA Style

Whether you choose to quote, summarize, or paraphrase sources you use in your research paper, you must cite each one. For rules and examples in MLA 8th ed. style, look here:

Want to jump start your list of references? This How to Find Citation Formatters guide may have some tools you can use. The library supports both Zotero and EndNote. We'll even help you set them up on your laptop.

Citing Criticism from Literature Criticism Online/Gale Literary Sources in MLA Style

Holladay, Hillary. “Narrative Space in Ann Petry’s Country Place.”
Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism, edited by Linda Pavlovski and Scott
Darga, vol. 112, Gale, 2002, pp. 356-62. Literature Criticism Online,
go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?id=JVPFJB936361473&v=2.1&u=h2o&it=
r&p=GLS&sw=w&asid=ddb4aa8a6683d6872d5e69b99859ca71. Originally
published in Xavier Review, vol. 16, no. 1, 1996, pp. 21-35.

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