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If I cite one edition as my primary text, how do I cite another edition?
If you are citing one edition of a text as your primary source, you might need to refer occasionally to another edition. In MLA style,… Read More
What do I do if I can’t find a book’s publication information on the title page or copyright page?
In MLA style, the first place to look for publication information for a book is the book’s title page. Additional details can be found on… Read More
How do I find a publication date that is not clearly displayed on a web page?
Finding the publication date for online sources can be challenging. Often, the publication date is listed near the title or author’s name or in the… Read More
How do I cite unpublished audio transcripts that I created?
If you are quoting from unpublished audio transcripts, you should cite the audio recording itself. If it is important to note that you are working… Read More
How do I cite the dictionary feature of Microsoft Word?
When you right-click a word in Microsoft Word, a drop-down menu appears. In some versions you will see “Look Up.” In recent versions you might… Read More