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The location of an online work is typically indicated by a URL or DOI, one of which should be included. If the work is paginated and forms part of a larger work, such as an anthology or periodical, you may provide . . .
. . . a chapter of a book from a novel or monograph, create an entry for the book as a whole and list the book’s URL or DOI in the “Location” slot, since in MLA style, chapters from these types of works are not cited individually:
Gerrard, Christine. Aaron Hill: The Muses . . .
. . . are citing a chapter of a book from a novel or monograph, create an entry for the book as a whole and list the book’s DOI in the “Location” slot, since in MLA style, chapters from these types of works are not cited individually.
If you wish to include a DOI . . .
. . . in the example below, published on the CORE repository, include any relevant publication details in container 2—here, the title of the platform and the DOI:
Mapes, Kristen. Syllabus for Introduction to Digital Humanities, Michigan State U, East Lansing, Fall 2017. CORE, dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6CF9J60R . . .
. . . date the article was published online. In a second container, list the name of the publisher’s Web site on which the article appears and the DOI for the article. The following example shows a citation for an early-access article published on the Sage Journals Web site:
Kormelink, Tim Groot, and . . .
Insert a comma between the page range and DOI. For an example, see our post on citing a paginated journal that appears online . . .
Whether to link a URL, DOI, or permalink in a works-cited-list entry for a work published or submitted in digital format is optional. The MLA Handbook notes that one . . .
. . . William. Sonnet 130. The Complete Sonnets and Poems, by Shakespeare, edited by Colin Burrow, Oxford UP, 2002, p. 641. Oxford Scholarly Editions Online, doi:10.1093/actrade/9780198184317.book.1 . . .
. . . bleed” (Epilogue, lines 11–12).
Shakespeare, William. Henry V. Edited by Gary Taylor, Oxford UP, 1982. Oxford Scholarly Editions Online, doi:10.1093/actrade/9780198129127.book.1.
———. The Tempest. Edited by Stephen Orgel, Oxford UP, 1987. Oxford Scholarly Editions Online, doi:10.1093/actrade . . .
. . . abstract or the paper, you might consider depositing it on a noncommercial repository like the MLA’s Humanities Commons so that you can get a DOI, share your work with colleagues, and invite feedback.
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