ENGL1302 MLA Format

ENGL1302 MLA Format - For your literary analyses(Essays 1...

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Last Name 1 First and Last Name Dr. Sears English 1302 1 February 2011 MLA Format for ENGL 1302 Write essays using correct MLA format. No title page is necessary. Instead, provide header information as above. This header should begin one inch from the top of the page. Center the title without use of underlining, bolding, quotation marks, or a different-sized font from the rest of the essay. Double space the text throughout the submission; do not use single spacing or triple spacing, especially between the heading, title, and text. Put your last name in the upper right hand corner with a page number on all pages. Indent the first line of each paragraph one-half an inch (five spaces). For font and font size, most professors prefer Times New Roman, 12 point.
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Unformatted text preview: For your literary analyses (Essays 1 and 2), avoid research from secondary sources, especially from the Web. If you reference only primary sources from the common course textbook ( Making Literature Matter ) for short essays, you need not include a Works Cited page. For your research papers, quote from secondary sources only when necessary; it is better to paraphrase using your own writing voice. When quoting or paraphrasing, place the parenthetical reference at the end of the relevant sentence, followed by a period. Place a word count at the end of your literary analyses (750 word minimum) and research papers (1250 words). 218 words...
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