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 you are citing a source from a Web site with basically the same name as that of its publisher (42): Burns, Shauntee. “Finding Wonder Women at the Library: Online Biographies and Encyclopedias.” New York . . .
Published 17 September 2018