Published 12 March 2019
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If I use Google Translate to help me understand sources, do I need to create a works-cited-list entry for it?No, but if you are relying on Google Translate, we recommend that you alert your instructor as early as possible. If you are unable to . . .
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If I am citing an online version of a sacred text and each chapter is on a separate Web page, must each Web page be listed in the works-cited list?No. You do not need to provide a separate works-cited-list entry for each hymn, chapter, or surah cited if there are several and they all . . .
Published 28 November 2018
If a Web site has a director rather than an author, should I organize my works-cited-list entry under the director’s name?In general, you should list your entry for a Web site under the name of the creator. The creator may be an author, an editor, or a . . .
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If the author, publisher, and name of a Web site are all the same, do I need to list the author or publisher?As the MLA Handbook explains, in some cases, you may omit the name of a publisher from your works-cited-list entry—for example, if . . .
Published 17 September 2018