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(including the section letter). If the article does not appear onconsecutive pages, use a plus sign (+) after the page number.Include the medium of publication at the end.Brummitt, Chris. “Indonesia’s Food Needs Expected to Soar.”BostonGlobe1 Feb. 2005: A7. Print.If the section is marked with a number rather than a letter,handle the entry as follows:Wilford, John Noble. “In a Golden Age of Discovery, Faraway WorldsBeckon.”New York Times9 Feb. 1997, late ed., sec. 1: 1+. Print.When an edition of the newspaper is specified on the mast-head, name the edition after the date and before the page refer-ence (eastern ed., late ed., natl. ed., and so on), as in the exam-ple just given.If the city of publication is not obvious, include it in brack-ets after the name of the newspaper:City Paper[Washington].24. EDITORIAL IN A NEWSPAPERCite an editorial as you wouldan article with an unknown author, adding the word “Editorial”after the title.“All Wet.” Editorial.Boston Globe12 Feb. 2001: A14. Print.25. LETTER TO THE EDITORName the writer, followed by theword “Letter” and the publication information for the periodi-cal in which the letter appears. Shrewsbury, Toni. Letter.Atlanta Journal-Constitution17 Feb. 2001:A13. Print. 26. BOOK OR FILM REVIEW Name the reviewer and the title ofthe review, if any, followed by the words “Rev. of” and the titleand author or director of the work reviewed. Add the publica-tion information for the periodical in which the review appears.Gleick, Elizabeth. “The Burdens of Genius.” Rev. ofThe Last Samurai, byHelen DeWitt.Time4 Dec. 2000: 171. Print. 24MLA list of works cited
Lane, Anthony. “Dream On.” Rev. of The Science of Sleep and Renaissance , dir. Michel Gondry. New Yorker 25 Sept. 2006: 155-57. Print. Electronic sources Thissectionshowshowtoprepareworkscitedentriesforava- rietyofelectronicsources,includingWebsites,onlinebooks, articlesinonlinedatabasesandperiodicals,blogs,e-mail,and Webpostings. MLAguidelinesassumethatuserscanlocatemostonline sourcesbyenteringtheauthor,title,orotheridentifyinginfor- mation in a search engine or a database. Consequently, the MLA Style Manual doesnotrequireaWebaddress(URL)incita- tionsforonlinesources.SomeinstructorsmayrequireaURL; foranexample,seethenoteattheendofitem27. MLAstylecallsforasponsororpublisherformostonline sources.Ifasourcehasnosponsororpublisher,usetheabbre- viation “N.p.” (for “No publisher”) in the sponsor position. If thereisnodateofpublicationorupdate,use“n.d.”(for“no date”)afterthesponsor. 27. AN ENTIRE WEB SITE Beginwiththenameoftheauthoror editorandthetitleofthesite,italicized.Thengivethesponsor orpublisherofthesite;thedateofpublicationorlastupdate; themedium(“Web”);andthedateyouaccessedthesource.If theWebsitehasnotitle,substituteadescription,suchas“Home page,”forthetitle,neitheritalicizednorinquotationmarks. With author Peterson, Susan Lynn. The Life of Martin Luther . Susan Lynn Peterson, 2002. Web. 24 Jan. 2006.

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