A Guide to MLA Documentation
Briefer, more affordable, and easier to use than the MLA's own handbook, this popular booklet features current MLA guidelines, a new section on evaluating online sources, and an up-to-date APA appendix. The guide also provides numerous examples, a sample research paper, and helpful hints on such topics as avoiding plagiarism and taking notes.
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This is a quick and easy "cheat book" that lays out the fundamentals of MLA documentation without the bulkiness that similar books have. A must for English majors and other college students alike. MLA ... Read full review
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