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Research Paper

Research Paper

Research Paper. Citing Poetry and Literary Criticism. Citing Poetry. For a long (epic) poem, cite the part (if there is a number of parts) and the line numbers, separated by a period.

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Citing Poetry in MLA format

Citing Poetry in MLA format

Citing Poetry in MLA format. Tips for quoting up to three lines of poetry: 1.Use slashes (/) to indicate line breaks within the poem 2.Keep all punctuation intact as it appears in the poem 3.Use quotation marks to denote the beginning and end of the quotation

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Citing Sources

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CITING SOURCES

CITING SOURCES

CITING SOURCES. MLA STYLE. Why Cite Sources?. To avoid plagiarism To credit the source with the original idea or information To lend credibility and authority to a thesis To back up ideas with credible illustrations, known facts, and accepted statistics. Plagiarism.

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Citing Sources

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Citing Sources

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Citing Sources. Chicago Style. Footnotes. Every source of information must be placed in a footnote. This includes references to direct quotes as well as paraphrased material.

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Citing Sources

Citing Sources

Citing Sources. Works Cited In-Text. Works Cited. Referring to print sources, the MLA Handbook gives the following general models for Works Cited entries:. ,. Commas. Book. Periods. Author. Title. Subtitle. ,. Herrera, Hayden. Frida: A Biography of Frida Kahlo.

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Citing Sources

Citing Sources

Giving Credit Where Credit is Due. Citing Sources. What in the World is a Works Cited?. A Works Cited is a list of sources that you have used in your essay or paper. The sources should be listed in alphabetical order for easy reference.

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Citing Research:

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Citing Sources

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Citing Evidence

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Citing Information

Citing Information

Citing Information. Veronica J. Harris M.Ed. Revised June 30, 2010. Why do we Cite Information?. Quality academic writing is built upon the work of others, to which we add our own unique analysis and contributions. Citation allows us to acknowledge how the scholarship of others

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