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    • 1. MLA Format and Citation
    • 2. Academic Style
    • 3. Academic StyleMLA: Modern Languages Association
    • 4. Academic StyleMLA: Modern Languages AssociationAPA: American Psychological Association
    • 5. Academic StyleMLA: Modern Languages AssociationAPA: American Psychological AssociationChicago: The University of Chicago, oftenused in social science and history
    • 6. Academic StyleMLA: Modern Languages AssociationAPA: American Psychological AssociationChicago: The University of Chicago, oftenused in social science and historyAP: Associated Press
    • 7. Academic StyleMLA: Modern Languages AssociationAPA: American Psychological AssociationChicago: The University of Chicago, oftenused in social science and historyAP: Associated PressAMA: American Medical Association
    • 8. What’s in a Style? Paper format:
    • 9. What’s in a Style? Paper format: Paper header and title
    • 10. What’s in a Style? Paper format: Paper header and title Quotation format
    • 11. What’s in a Style? Paper format: Paper header and title Quotation format Citing sources:
    • 12. What’s in a Style? Paper format: Paper header and title Quotation format Citing sources: In-text citations
    • 13. What’s in a Style? Paper format: Paper header and title Quotation format Citing sources: In-text citations Works Cited / Bibliography
    • 14. Imaginary McStudentsonEnglish 101 The Header:Paper 1 Draft 120 Sep 2010 MLA Formatting: Clarity, Grace, and In-Text Citations To begin with, we get to the basics: we shall write essays in this class.According to the American Heritage Dictionary, we have inherited the word“essay” from the Middle English essai, noun form of essayer, meaning “to tryor attempt” (“essay”). This implies a few things: essays are spaces forexperimenting, developing, and discovering. They are also, by nature,unfinished. Both of these features—their exploratory natures and their lack offinality—suggest something about the ways that essays should look, at leastaccording to the Modern Languages Association (MLA). In order to allow thereader to focus on the ideas present in the text, rather than the look or style ofthe layout, formatting should be simple, standardized, and direct.
    • 15. Imaginary McStudentsonEnglish 101 The Header:Paper 1 Draft 1 •4 or so lines20 Sep 2010 MLA Formatting: Clarity, Grace, and In-Text Citations To begin with, we get to the basics: we shall write essays in this class.According to the American Heritage Dictionary, we have inherited the word“essay” from the Middle English essai, noun form of essayer, meaning “to tryor attempt” (“essay”). This implies a few things: essays are spaces forexperimenting, developing, and discovering. They are also, by nature,unfinished. Both of these features—their exploratory natures and their lack offinality—suggest something about the ways that essays should look, at leastaccording to the Modern Languages Association (MLA). In order to allow thereader to focus on the ideas present in the text, rather than the look or style ofthe layout, formatting should be simple, standardized, and direct.
    • 16. Imaginary McStudentsonEnglish 101 The Header:Paper 1 Draft 1 •4 or so lines20 Sep 2010 MLA Formatting: Clarity, Grace, •Name, date, and In-Text Citations assignment To begin with, we get to the basics: we shall write essays in this class.According to the American Heritage Dictionary, we have inherited the word“essay” from the Middle English essai, noun form of essayer, meaning “to tryor attempt” (“essay”). This implies a few things: essays are spaces forexperimenting, developing, and discovering. They are also, by nature,unfinished. Both of these features—their exploratory natures and their lack offinality—suggest something about the ways that essays should look, at leastaccording to the Modern Languages Association (MLA). In order to allow thereader to focus on the ideas present in the text, rather than the look or style ofthe layout, formatting should be simple, standardized, and direct.
    • 17. Imaginary McStudentsonEnglish 101 The Header:Paper 1 Draft 1 •4 or so lines20 Sep 2010 MLA Formatting: Clarity, Grace, •Name, date, and In-Text Citations assignment To begin with, we get to the basics: we shall write essays in this class. •Instructor orAccording to the American Heritage Dictionary, we have inherited the word course name“essay” from the Middle English essai, noun form of essayer, meaning “to tryor attempt” (“essay”). This implies a few things: essays are spaces forexperimenting, developing, and discovering. They are also, by nature,unfinished. Both of these features—their exploratory natures and their lack offinality—suggest something about the ways that essays should look, at leastaccording to the Modern Languages Association (MLA). In order to allow thereader to focus on the ideas present in the text, rather than the look or style ofthe layout, formatting should be simple, standardized, and direct.
    • 18. Imaginary McStudentsonEnglish 101 The Header:Paper 1 Draft 1 •4 or so lines20 Sep 2010 MLA Formatting: Clarity, Grace, •Name, date, and In-Text Citations assignment To begin with, we get to the basics: we shall write essays in this class. •Instructor orAccording to the American Heritage Dictionary, we have inherited the word course name“essay” from the Middle English essai, noun form of essayer, meaning “to tryor attempt” (“essay”). This implies a few things: essays are spaces forexperimenting, developing, and discovering. They are also, by nature, The Title:unfinished. Both of these features—their exploratory natures and their lack offinality—suggest something about the ways that essays should look, at leastaccording to the Modern Languages Association (MLA). In order to allow thereader to focus on the ideas present in the text, rather than the look or style ofthe layout, formatting should be simple, standardized, and direct.
    • 19. Imaginary McStudentsonEnglish 101 The Header:Paper 1 Draft 1 •4 or so lines20 Sep 2010 MLA Formatting: Clarity, Grace, •Name, date, and In-Text Citations assignment To begin with, we get to the basics: we shall write essays in this class. •Instructor orAccording to the American Heritage Dictionary, we have inherited the word course name“essay” from the Middle English essai, noun form of essayer, meaning “to tryor attempt” (“essay”). This implies a few things: essays are spaces forexperimenting, developing, and discovering. They are also, by nature, The Title:unfinished. Both of these features—their exploratory natures and their lack of •Centeredfinality—suggest something about the ways that essays should look, at leastaccording to the Modern Languages Association (MLA). In order to allow thereader to focus on the ideas present in the text, rather than the look or style ofthe layout, formatting should be simple, standardized, and direct.
    • 20. Imaginary McStudentsonEnglish 101 The Header:Paper 1 Draft 1 •4 or so lines20 Sep 2010 MLA Formatting: Clarity, Grace, •Name, date, and In-Text Citations assignment To begin with, we get to the basics: we shall write essays in this class. •Instructor orAccording to the American Heritage Dictionary, we have inherited the word course name“essay” from the Middle English essai, noun form of essayer, meaning “to tryor attempt” (“essay”). This implies a few things: essays are spaces forexperimenting, developing, and discovering. They are also, by nature, The Title:unfinished. Both of these features—their exploratory natures and their lack of •Centeredfinality—suggest something about the ways that essays should look, at least •Same font,according to the Modern Languages Association (MLA). In order to allow the same sizereader to focus on the ideas present in the text, rather than the look or style ofthe layout, formatting should be simple, standardized, and direct.
    • 21. Imaginary McStudentsonEnglish 101 The Header:Paper 1 Draft 1 •4 or so lines20 Sep 2010 MLA Formatting: Clarity, Grace, •Name, date, and In-Text Citations assignment To begin with, we get to the basics: we shall write essays in this class. •Instructor orAccording to the American Heritage Dictionary, we have inherited the word course name“essay” from the Middle English essai, noun form of essayer, meaning “to tryor attempt” (“essay”). This implies a few things: essays are spaces forexperimenting, developing, and discovering. They are also, by nature, The Title:unfinished. Both of these features—their exploratory natures and their lack of •Centeredfinality—suggest something about the ways that essays should look, at least •Same font,according to the Modern Languages Association (MLA). In order to allow the same sizereader to focus on the ideas present in the text, rather than the look or style ofthe layout, formatting should be simple, standardized, and direct. •No bold, no underline
    • 22. Also Note:
    • 23. Also Note:Everything is double-spaced
    • 24. Also Note:Everything is double-spacedNo extra spaces or gaps
    • 25. Also Note:Everything is double-spacedNo extra spaces or gapsFonts are boring
    • 26. Also Note:Everything is double-spacedNo extra spaces or gapsFonts are boringNothing superfluous, fancy, or designed
    • 27. In-Text Citations:
    • 28. In-Text Citations:Watch the “Quote Sandwiches” slideshow
    • 29. In-Text Citations:Watch the “Quote Sandwiches” slideshowTwo parts:
    • 30. In-Text Citations:Watch the “Quote Sandwiches” slideshowTwo parts: Signal Phrase in the quote introduction
    • 31. In-Text Citations:Watch the “Quote Sandwiches” slideshowTwo parts: Signal Phrase in the quote introduction (Sometimes) Parenthetical citation after the quote
    • 32. In-Text Citations: The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, isthe documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner andStephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formalacknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables yourreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLAdocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of thepaper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182).
    • 33. In-Text Citations: The Signal The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, is Phrase:the documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner andStephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formalacknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables yourreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLAdocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of thepaper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182).
    • 34. In-Text Citations: The Signal The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, is Phrase:the documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner and •Preps theStephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formal readeracknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables yourreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLAdocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of thepaper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182).
    • 35. In-Text Citations: The Signal The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, is Phrase:the documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner andStephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formal •Preps the readeracknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables yourreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLA •Identifies thedocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of the source, author,paper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182). or both
    • 36. In-Text Citations: The Signal The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, is Phrase:the documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner and •Preps theStephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formal readeracknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables yourreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLA •Identifies thedocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of the source, author,paper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182). or both •Establishes ethos
    • 37. In-Text Citations: The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, isthe documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner and The Paren-Stephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formal thetical:acknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables yourreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLAdocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of thepaper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182).
    • 38. In-Text Citations: The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, isthe documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner and The Paren-Stephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formal thetical:acknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables yourreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLA •Isn’t always neededdocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of thepaper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182).
    • 39. In-Text Citations: The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, isthe documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner and The Paren-Stephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formal thetical: •Isn’t always neededacknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables yourreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLAdocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of the •Gives author, if notpaper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182). stated above
    • 40. In-Text Citations: The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, isthe documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner and The Paren-Stephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formal thetical:acknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables yourreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLA •Isn’t always neededdocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of the •Gives author, if notpaper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182). stated above •Tells page number, if there is one
    • 41. In-Text Citations: The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, isthe documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner and The Paren-Stephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formal thetical:acknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables yourreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLA •Isn’t always neededdocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of the •Gives author, if notpaper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182). stated above •Tells page number, if there is one •“Short Title”
    • 42. In-Text Citations: The final aspect of MLA formatting, and the most daunting, isthe documentation of sources. According to Laurie Kirszner and The Paren-Stephen Mandell’s Brief Handbook, “Documentation, the formal thetical:acknowledgment of the sources you use in your paper, enables your •Isn’t always needede! lsreaders to judge the quality and originality of your work…. MLA E •Gives author, if notdocumentation uses parenthetical references in the body of the i ngpaper keyed to a works-cited list at the end of the paper” (182). stated h ot above d N • A nTells page number, if there is one •“Short Title”
    • 43. Works Cited Works Cited:Ban Comic Sans. N.P. N.D. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.“Essay.” The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. The Houghton Mifflin Corporation, 2004. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 5th Ed. Boston: Bedford/ St. Martin’s, 2009. Print.Kirszner, Laurie G., and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Handbook. 4th Ed. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2004. Print.Postrel, Virginia. “What’s In a Font?” The Atlantic. The Atlantic Monthly Group, 8 Jan. 2008. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Van Wagener, Ann. “The Next Big Thing in Online Type.” Poynter Online. The Poynter Institute, 7 Mar. 2005. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Warlick, David. Son of Citation Machine. The Landmark Project, 2006. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.
    • 44. Works Cited Works Cited:Ban Comic Sans. N.P. N.D. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Double spaced“Essay.” The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition. The Houghton Mifflin Corporation, 2004. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 5th Ed. Boston: Bedford/ St. Martin’s, 2009. Print.Kirszner, Laurie G., and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Handbook. 4th Ed. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2004. Print.Postrel, Virginia. “What’s In a Font?” The Atlantic. The Atlantic Monthly Group, 8 Jan. 2008. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Van Wagener, Ann. “The Next Big Thing in Online Type.” Poynter Online. The Poynter Institute, 7 Mar. 2005. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Warlick, David. Son of Citation Machine. The Landmark Project, 2006. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.
    • 45. Works Cited Works Cited:Ban Comic Sans. N.P. N.D. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Double spaced“Essay.” The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Hanging indent: Language, Fourth Edition. The Houghton Mifflin Corporation, 2004. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 5th Ed. Boston: Bedford/ St. Martin’s, 2009. Print.Kirszner, Laurie G., and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Handbook. 4th Ed. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2004. Print.Postrel, Virginia. “What’s In a Font?” The Atlantic. The Atlantic Monthly Group, 8 Jan. 2008. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Van Wagener, Ann. “The Next Big Thing in Online Type.” Poynter Online. The Poynter Institute, 7 Mar. 2005. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Warlick, David. Son of Citation Machine. The Landmark Project, 2006. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.
    • 46. Works Cited Works Cited:Ban Comic Sans. N.P. N.D. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Double spaced“Essay.” The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Hanging indent: Language, Fourth Edition. The Houghton Mifflin Corporation, 2004. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 5th Ed. Boston: Bedford/ St. Martin’s, 2009. Print.Kirszner, Laurie G., and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Handbook. 4th Ed. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2004. Print.Postrel, Virginia. “What’s In a Font?” The Atlantic. The Atlantic Monthly Group, 8 Jan. 2008. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Van Wagener, Ann. “The Next Big Thing in Online Type.” Poynter Online. The Poynter Institute, 7 Mar. 2005. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Warlick, David. Son of Citation Machine. The Landmark Project, 2006. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.
    • 47. Works Cited Works Cited:Ban Comic Sans. N.P. N.D. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Double spaced“Essay.” The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Hanging indent: Language, Fourth Edition. The Houghton Mifflin Corporation, 2004. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 5th Ed. Boston: Bedford/ St. Martin’s, 2009. Print.Kirszner, Laurie G., and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Handbook. 4th Ed. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2004. Print.Postrel, Virginia. “What’s In a Font?” The Atlantic. The Atlantic Monthly Group, 8 Jan. 2008. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Van Wagener, Ann. “The Next Big Thing in Online Type.” Poynter Online. The Poynter Institute, 7 Mar. 2005. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Warlick, David. Son of Citation Machine. The Landmark Project, 2006. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.
    • 48. Works Cited Works Cited:Ban Comic Sans. N.P. N.D. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Double spaced“Essay.” The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Hanging indent Language, Fourth Edition. The Houghton Mifflin Corporation, 2004. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Three basic types:Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 5th Ed. Boston: Bedford/ St. Martin’s, 2009. Print.Kirszner, Laurie G., and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Handbook. 4th Ed. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2004. Print.Postrel, Virginia. “What’s In a Font?” The Atlantic. The Atlantic Monthly Group, 8 Jan. 2008. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Van Wagener, Ann. “The Next Big Thing in Online Type.” Poynter Online. The Poynter Institute, 7 Mar. 2005. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Warlick, David. Son of Citation Machine. The Landmark Project, 2006. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.
    • 49. Works Cited Works Cited:Ban Comic Sans. N.P. N.D. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Double spaced“Essay.” The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Hanging indent Language, Fourth Edition. The Houghton Mifflin Corporation, 2004. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Three basic types:Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 5th Ed. Boston: Bedford/ Print book St. Martin’s, 2009. Print. Print journal / magazineKirszner, Laurie G., and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Web source Handbook. 4th Ed. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2004. Print.Postrel, Virginia. “What’s In a Font?” The Atlantic. The Atlantic Monthly Group, 8 Jan. 2008. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Van Wagener, Ann. “The Next Big Thing in Online Type.” Poynter Online. The Poynter Institute, 7 Mar. 2005. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Warlick, David. Son of Citation Machine. The Landmark Project, 2006. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.
    • 50. Works Cited Works Cited:Ban Comic Sans. N.P. N.D. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Double spaced“Essay.” The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Hanging indent Language, Fourth Edition. The Houghton Mifflin Corporation, 2004. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Three basic types:Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 5th Ed. Boston: Bedford/ Print book St. Martin’s, 2009. Print. Print journal / magazineKirszner, Laurie G., and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Web source Handbook. 4th Ed. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2004. Print. Learn the basic formats:Postrel, Virginia. “What’s In a Font?” The Atlantic. The Atlantic Monthly Group, 8 Jan. 2008. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Van Wagener, Ann. “The Next Big Thing in Online Type.” Poynter Online. The Poynter Institute, 7 Mar. 2005. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Warlick, David. Son of Citation Machine. The Landmark Project, 2006. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.
    • 51. Works Cited Works Cited:Ban Comic Sans. N.P. N.D. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Double spaced“Essay.” The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Hanging indent Language, Fourth Edition. The Houghton Mifflin Corporation, 2004. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Three basic types:Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 5th Ed. Boston: Bedford/ Print book St. Martin’s, 2009. Print. Print journal / magazineKirszner, Laurie G., and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Web source Handbook. 4th Ed. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2004. Print. Learn the basic formats:Postrel, Virginia. “What’s In a Font?” The Atlantic. The Atlantic Textbook, ch. 20 Monthly Group, 8 Jan. 2008. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Purdue Online Writing LabVan Wagener, Ann. “The Next Big Thing in Online Type.” Poynter Online. The Poynter Institute, 7 Mar. 2005. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.Warlick, David. Son of Citation Machine. The Landmark Project, 2006. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.
    • 52. Works Cited Works Cited:Ban Comic Sans. N.P. N.D. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Double spaced“Essay.” The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Hanging indent Language, Fourth Edition. The Houghton Mifflin Corporation, 2004. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Three basic types:Hacker, Diana. A Pocket Style Manual. 5th Ed. Boston: Bedford/ Print book St. Martin’s, 2009. Print. Print journal / magazineKirszner, Laurie G., and Stephen R. Mandell. The Brief Web source Handbook. 4th Ed. Boston: Thomson/Heinle, 2004. Print. Learn the basic formats:Postrel, Virginia. “What’s In a Font?” The Atlantic. The Atlantic Textbook, ch. 20 Monthly Group, 8 Jan. 2008. Web. 21 Sep. 2009. Purdue Online Writing LabVan Wagener, Ann. “The Next Big Thing in Online Type.” Use Easybib (or similar) to create Poynter Online. The Poynter Institute, 7 Mar. 2005. Web. the citations 21 Sep. 2009.Warlick, David. Son of Citation Machine. The Landmark Project, 2006. Web. 21 Sep. 2009.
    • 53. What about APA?
    • 54. What about APA?Purdue Online Writing Lab
    • 55. What about APA?Purdue Online Writing LabEverything’s an Argument,Chapter 20
    • 56. What about APA?Purdue Online Writing LabEverything’s an Argument,Chapter 20Learn the main differences:
    • 57. What about APA?Purdue Online Writing LabEverything’s an Argument,Chapter 20Learn the main differences: Title Page (APA)
    • 58. What about APA?Purdue Online Writing LabEverything’s an Argument,Chapter 20Learn the main differences: Title Page (APA) Year of Publication after author name
    • 59. What about APA?Purdue Online Writing LabEverything’s an Argument,Chapter 20Learn the main differences: Title Page (APA) Year of Publication after author name Lots of other little, annoying differences
    • 60. Other Questions?
    • 61. Other Questions?Purdue Online Writing Lab
    • 62. Other Questions?Purdue Online Writing LabEverything’s an Argument,Chapter 20
    • 63. Other Questions?Purdue Online Writing LabEverything’s an Argument,Chapter 20Easybib.com