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Integrated Writing Program: MLA Works Cited
Compile the full bibliographic information for all cited ideas at the end of your paper. This is a separate page with the words "Works Cited" centered at the top and the bibliographic entries listed alphabetically. The first line of each entry is justified to the left margin and any remaining lines are indented. All entries are double-spaced.
Book by One Author
Romaine, Suzanne. Communicating Gender. Mahwah,
NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 1999.
Book by Two or More Authors
Davis, Miles, and Quincy Troupe. Miles: The
Autobiography. New York: Simon, 1989.
Book with an Author and an Editor
Xa, Henry. Tips for Succesful Writing. Ed. Tom P.
Lincoln. New York: Schulster & Rolings, 1943.
An Edition of a Book
Smith, Katharine V. The Art of Being a Writing Assistant.
5th ed. San Francisco: U of Chicago P, 1992.
Selection from an Anthology or Edited Collection
Goldsby, Jackie. "Teamwork." When Tutor Meets
Student. 2nd ed. Ed. Martha Maxwell. Ann Arbor,
MI: U of Michigan P, 1994. 39-44.
Article from a Journal that Pages Each Issue Separately
(In this example "54" is the volume, "10" is the issue number)
Ireland, Theresa. "Classroom Management for the Social
Studies Classroom." The Record. 54.10 (2002): 20-25.