MLA FormatBibliography and In-Text       References
In-Text References-Author These references show the  reader where you got that  particular piece of information  for your...
In-Text References- NoAuthor When a source has no  author, use a shortened version  of the title Title, Page Number  (“...
Bibliography- Books Author. Title. Place of  publication: Publishing company.  Year of publication. Burke, Kenneth. Lang...
Bibliography- MagazineArticles Author. Article title. Magazine  Title. Date published. Page  numbers. Ackerman, Spenser....
Bibliography- NewspaperArticles Author. Article title. Newspaper  title. Date published. Kingston, Gary. “Canada’s Coach...
Bibliography- Internet (Author, if there is one). Article  Title. Website Name. Date site  was last updated. URL address....
Bibliography-Encyclopaedias Article Author. Article entry title.  Encyclopaedia name. Edition.  Volume. Place of publicat...
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  1. 1. MLA FormatBibliography and In-Text References
  2. 2. In-Text References-Author These references show the reader where you got that particular piece of information for your essay Author, Page Number  Ex: (Salinger 63)
  3. 3. In-Text References- NoAuthor When a source has no author, use a shortened version of the title Title, Page Number  (“Impact on Environment” 235) for magazine/newspaper articles  (Beowulf 125) for plays, books, websites
  4. 4. Bibliography- Books Author. Title. Place of publication: Publishing company. Year of publication. Burke, Kenneth. Language as Symbolic Action: Essays on Life, Literature, and Method. Berkeley: U of California P, 1966. Use for books,
  5. 5. Bibliography- MagazineArticles Author. Article title. Magazine Title. Date published. Page numbers. Ackerman, Spenser. “Coming To America”. New Republic. 18 May 2006. 18 – 21.
  6. 6. Bibliography- NewspaperArticles Author. Article title. Newspaper title. Date published. Kingston, Gary. “Canada’s Coach Loves Waving The Flag”. Vancouver Sun. 4 July 2004.
  7. 7. Bibliography- Internet (Author, if there is one). Article Title. Website Name. Date site was last updated. URL address. Date you accessed the website. “The Impact of Global Warming in North America.” GLOBAL WARMING: Early Signs. 1999. Web. 23 Mar. 2009.
  8. 8. Bibliography-Encyclopaedias Article Author. Article entry title. Encyclopaedia name. Edition. Volume. Place of publication: Publishing Company. Date of publication. Bergman, Peter G. “Relativity”. The New Encyclopaedia Britannica. 15th ed. Vol 29. Chicago: Britannica, 2002.

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