MLA In-text (=parenthetical) documentation
#1 - * if you state the author's name in the text of your paper...
indicate only the title of the work or website ( a shortened version, if the title is long). For a PRINT SOUR CE, also indicatae the page number.
#2 - * if you do NOT state the author's name in the text of your paper...
indicate the author's last name. For a PRINT SOURCE, also indicate the page number.
#1: Smith sees the a ct of reading hypertext as a glorious
struggle: "a chapter of chances, a chain of detours, a series of revealing figures in commitment out of which comes to pleasures of the text" ("Traveling").
#2: Hypertext, as one theorist puts it, is "all about conn ection, linkage, and affiliation." (Smith, "Traveling")
Works Cited entry for these in-text references
Smith, Stuart. "Traveling in the Breakdown lane: A Principle
of Resistance for hypertext." 19 Apr. 1995. 12 July 1998.
< B>PRINT SOURCES:
#1: A brief but dramatic conclusion of the war in Eritrea while once expected, is now, according to Wilson, not going to come soon. (206-09)
#2: A "short, highly publicized end" to the war in Eritrea is much hoped for, but little expected (Wilson 207).
Works Cited entry for these in-text references :
Wilson, Sandra. "There's Little Hope." Newsweek 34 (1998):
PAMPHLET (or in-class handout)
#1: A line may defined as "the contour of a solid object" (Visual Elements of Composition).
Works Cited entry for this in-text reference:
Visual Elements of Composition.College Prep Writing handout, 2002.n