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The Works Cited page is an alphabetical list of all the sources you cite in your paper. Every source you want to use in your paper must be listed on the works cited page.
Here are some basic rules to follow when creating your Works Cited page:
The Works Cited page should be placed at the end of your paper.
The Works Cited page should begin on a new page.
The Works Cited page should be double spaced and the second line of each entry should be a hanging indent. To get this in MS Word:
Select all text, and then right-click it.
From the pop-up menu, select Paragraph.
To double-space the text, under Spacing, Line Spacing, select Double.
To add a hanging indent, under Indentation, Special, select Hanging. This indents the lower lines of each entry 0.5” from the left.
Alphabetize each entry/reference on your Works Cited page by author’s last name, or if the author’s name is not given, by the title of the first work.
Your last name and page number should be at the top right corner of the page.
Basic in-text citation rules
In MLA Style, referring to the works of others in your text is done using parenthetical citations. This method involves providing relevant source information in parentheses whenever a sentence uses a quotation or paraphrase. Usually, the simplest way to do this is to put all of the source information in parentheses at the end of the sentence (i.e., just before the period). However, as the examples below will illustrate, there are situations where it makes sense to put the parenthetical elsewhere in the sentence, or even to leave information out.