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How do I cite a source that has no author?

When a work is published without an author’s name, begin the works-cited-list entry with the title of the work. Do not use “Anonymous” in place of an author’s name: “English Language Arts Standards.” Common Core State Standards Initiative, 2017, “An Homily against Disobedience and Wylful Rebellion.” 1570. Divine Right and Democracy: An Anthology of . . .

Published 9 August 2017

How do I cite descriptive copy or a quotation from a book cover in the text and in the works-cited list?

If you are citing descriptive copy or a quotation printed on the cover of a book, it’s preferable to incorporate the necessary details (chiefly, the author of the copy or quotation you are citing, if known, and the source where the copy or quotation appears) into the body of your text and then create a . . .

Published 28 July 2017

How many containers can a work-cited-list entry have?

The primary goal of assembling a works-cited-list entry is to identify the work you are citing and the version of it you consult. Here are examples of the most commonly structured works-cited-list entries. Entry for a Work with One Container Sigmund, Paul E. “Chile.” Latin American Politics and Development, edited by Howard J. Wiarda and . . .

Published 7 July 2017

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