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How do you cite The Story of an Hour according to MLA format?

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Yes, I can, using a Works Cited page and the format needed to cite the sources. I reccommend Purdue Owl or sites like that to find the format for the style you need to cite in.


Cite with care. http://www.mla.org/style/style_faq/style_faq4


When you write about a court case, you must follow a very specific format when you cite the judge's ruling, or cite any of the other papers associated with the case.


Cite in the normal author date method. Do not use Dr., or Ph.D., or M.D..


Use a website called Webme.org pick your category to cite and "BOOM!" it pretty much does the rest for you.


Depending on what the specific web site is, will depend on how you cite it. See the related link from The OWL at Purdue.


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When one is citing a travel guide in MLA format there are some guidelines one must follow. One must cite all credits and provide referencing links to where the information was obtained.


Always follow the format the teacher requests, which is normally MLA or APA format. Also, never plagiarize an idea and cite all sources according to the format you are using. Above all make sure you follow teacher instruction.



No, APA format doesn't require foot notes. Cite in text and include the source in the reference sheet.


Just put the link where you found it, I guess. ^0^



We need to know the format in order to accurately answer this question.


I don't believe YouTube channels are something you can cite properly. For each video you've used, you should cite it in MLA.


Go to the Purdue online writing lab, they have varieties of styles that you can cite your sources. There's also a conversion program in Microsoft word where you just enter your sources in any format and Word automatically formats it for you.


You will need the in text citation and cite the source on the reference page.


go to bibme.org or if that's not it go to bibme.com and it will teach you how. It will also do it for you for research papers.



I don't think so. You can google OWL at Purdue and click on their MLA format guide (OWL=Online Writing Lab)


People need to follow some basic rules to cite a book in MLA. The basic format of MLA citation for Books is: Author's Last Name, First Name. Title of the Book. Place of Publication: Publisher, Year. Medium of Publication.


In APA format, much like MLA, when citing any sources used, if you desire to cite the Hadith, then you must treat is exactly like a book. Include the title and author, and for publication dates simply use a rough era estimation.



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