What should I include in parentheses if the author’s name is provided in a signal phrase and the source has no page numbers or other kind of part number?
As the MLA Handbook notes, “When a source has no page numbers or any other kind of part number, no number should be given in a parenthetical citation” (56). The following example illustrates this principle: “As we read we . . . construct the terrain of a book” (Hollmichel), something that is more difficult when the text . . .
Published 29 January 2018