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Using Notes in MLA Style

. . . by the McDragon monastery in the late sixth century were dragons.7 7Although Holloway identifies an exception to this phenomenon—what she asserts is a singular griffin image accompanying the Story of Dragonsong in McDragon MS Kode Vitalis IX—she agrees that all other instances of animals in the manuscripts appear to be dragons. Recent . . .

When Is a Web Site a Container?

. . . song or book. It’s the store you purchased the work from and thus a conduit for access. Search engine results, like the thumbnail from a Google image search or the results displayed for books by the “look inside” function on Amazon are not works, and thus they are not containers. To consult the work . . .

How do I quote stage directions?

. . . If it’s not clear from context that you are quoting stage directions, indicate this in your in-text citation: Manly’s scene concludes on a passionate image: “She sinks down in a Chair, he falls at her feet” (22 [stage direction]) To indicate that the quoted material is a stage direction, some scholars use . . .

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