If I have two works with identical titles and no authors in my works-cited list, how do I distinguish between them in my parenthetical citations?
Writers sometimes need to cite anonymous sources with identical titles, such as articles in reference works. Since in MLA style works without authors are cited parenthetically by title, you need to provide additional information in your in-text citation to distinguish the sources. For example, let’s say you have in your works-cited list two articles without . . .
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