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Women's Studies 455 - Literary Women Abolitionists: Citing Sources

Citing Your Sources Correctly

MLA Style

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

Annotated Bibliographies

Citation Formatters

Citation Formatters

Library databases often include citation formatters. Or you may find a free citation formatter on the Web. If you use one of these online formatters, remember that they are not foolproof. You will need to review your citations to make sure they are correct.