When no author is used cite the title of the article

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introduce the author and then their quote. When no author is used, cite the title of the article or publishing organization. Cite sources a complete sentence followed by a colon (:)
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Delillo, in White Noise depicts Jack Gladney as a man that likes to watch natural disasters on tv: “There …..” OR You introduce the source in your sentence, followed by the quote in one. Ellipsis 3 periods in a row (…) Two things 1: Fairness to the author 2: Never overuse in a paragraph or source, as this alerts the readers to your possible bias towards the author/source. Brackets ( [] ) 80% of the time they are used to insert a word or SHORT phrase that helps the quote one is using to “fit” into a sentence –connecting the two. “The truths [of war] are ambiguous” (50). Should you wish to emphasize the point of a source usually showing how it connects with your point. Itallizes. LOOOONG Quotes: 4 lines or more Any quote by a source or the story in which the length exceeds four lines in your paper, must be readjusted to: an indented, single spaced work with no quotation marks. Be careful with the paragraph after the long quote. Page #s If intro and nothing can be found you can use roman numerals. Works Cited: Always go in alphabetical order, starting with the author. Look at Page 510. Go in order from #1-5 if something isn’t there go to the next #. Punctuation: ; - semi colon – continues and sentences conjoining two similar sentences. : Colon- lists and MLA quotes. () Parenthesis- side details on an issue. Dash – emphasize …ellipsis- the quote continues but I am stopping here…..
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Practice Citation Barton, Edwin. “The Story as it should be.” Hemmingway Review 3 (1994): 73-78 Bonn, Maria. “Can Stories Save Us?” Critique 3 (1994): 2-15. O’Brien, Tim. The Things They Carried . New York: Random, 1993. Smith, Mark. “Anything for Billy : A Fiction Stranger Than Truth. Sutter, Daniel. “Media Bias.” Independent Journal 163 (2012): 399-415. Twenge, Jean. Generation Me . New York: Free Press, 2006.
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