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than two digits, give
for Yale University Press. For page numbers having more
only the final two digits for the second number.
3. Book Four or More Authors—MLA
Santos, Ruth J., et a!. Environmental Crises in Developing Countries.
York: Harper, 1994.
Parenthetical reference: (Santos et a!. 9) “Et al:’ is the abbreviated form of the Latin “et alia,” meaning “and others.”
4. Book, Anonymous Author—MLA
Structured Programming. Boston: Meredith, 1995.
Parenthetical reference: (Structured 67)
S. Multiple Books, Same Author—MLA
Chang, John W. Biophysics. Boston: Little, 1997.
Diagnostic Techniques. New York: Radon, 1994.
Parenthetical references: (Chang, Biophysics 123—26) (Chang, Diagnostic 87) When citing more than one work by the same author, do not repeat the
author’s name; simply type three hyphens followed by a period. List the
works alphabetically by title.
6. Book, One or More Editors—MLA
Morris, A. J., and Louise B. Pardin-Walker, ed. Handbook of New
Information Technology. New York: Harper, 1996.
Parenthetical reference: (Morris and Pardin-Walker 34) For more than three editors, name only the first, followed by “et aL”
7. Book, Indirect Source—MLA
Kline, Thomas. Automated Systems. Boston: Rhodes, 1992.
Stubbs, John. White-Collar Productivity. Miami: Harris, 1996.
Parenthetical reference: (qtd. in Stubbs 116) When your source (as in Stubbs, above) has quoted or cited another source,
include each source in its appropriate alphabetical place in your Works Cited
list. Use the name of the original source (here, Kline) in your text and begin
the parenthetical reference with “qtd. in”—or “cited in” for a paraphrase.
8. Anthology Selection or Book Chapter—MLA
Bowman, Joel P. “Electronic Conferencing. Communication and
Technology: Today and Tomorrow. Ed. Al Williams. Denton, TX: Assn.
for Business Communication, 1994. 123—42.
Parenthetical reference: (Bowman 129) Page numbers in the entry cover the selection cited from the anthology
available information in this
MM Works Cited Entries for Periodicals. Give all
ical title, volume and issue, date (day month,
order author, article title, period
year), and page numbers for the entire article—not just pages cited. 9. Article, Magazine—MLA
DesMarteau, Kathleen. “Study Links Sewing Machine Use to Alzheimer’s
Disease.” Bobbin Oct. 1994: 36—38.
Parenthetical reference: (DesMarteau 36) No punctuation separates the magazine title and date. Nor is the abbreviation
“p.” or “pp.” used to designate page numbers. If no author is...
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