ANTHOLOGY - story from the anthology The format for the...

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Documenting Works from an Anthology See the file on MLA Documentation for an introduction to MLA style and the format required for citing and documenting your writing. In our work this quarter, we will be using quotations from readings in our textbook One World of Literature , which is an anthology. Here is an example of how to cite a quotation from a story in an anthology: We can see Pete's self-pity when he thinks, "Webster had let him down. He hadn't even tried" (Wolff 314). Here's the documentation for this story: Works Cited Wolff, Tobias. "The Rich Brother." Reading and Writing from Literature . Ed. John E. Schwiebert. 2nd ed. Boston: Houghton, 2001. 305-318. The Works Cited entry follows this format because you are using one
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Unformatted text preview: story from the anthology: The format for the Works Cited changes when we use two or more works from the same anthology . Here is the Works Cited for a paragraph in which I have quoted from two works--a story and a poem--in the anthology: Notice that the anthology itself ( OWL ) is listed as a separate work. Works Cited Hikmet, Nazim. “About Your Hands and Lies.” Lim and Spencer. 186-7. Lim, Shirley Geok-Lin and Norman Spencer, eds. One World of Literature . Boston: Houghton, 1993. Woolf, Virginia. “The Mark on the Wall.” Lim and Spencer. 576-82.-------------Works Cited entries are listed...
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This note was uploaded on 10/21/2009 for the course ANTH 1 taught by Professor K during the Spring '09 term at DeAnza College.

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