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MLA STYLEGUIDE Style Guide for Creating Works Cited Lists This guide shows the most frequently used citation types. For other citation or style questions in MLA format, copies of the complete manuals are located at these libraries: Suzzallo, Odegaard Undergraduate, Engineering, Drama, Bothell/CCC, Tacoma and Urban Horticulture. For additional information on MLA style, contact a UW librarian at www.lib.washington.edu/about/contacts.html . Sources: MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers , 6th ed. LB2369 .G53 2003, and MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing, 2nd ed. PN147 .G444 1998. Works Cited General Guidelines: References are cited on separate pages at the end of a manuscript, under the title, Works Cited (with no quotation marks, underlining or italicizing), centered at the top of the first page. The Works Cited list should be alphabetized by authors’ last names. References are double-spaced within and between entries. Generally, underline titles of books and journals, but note: some instructors prefer italics instead of underlining. Print Resources Works Cited List book by a single author Castle, Gregory. Modernism and the Celtic Revival. New York: Cambridge UP, 2001.
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