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Introduction
MLA style can be considered as the referencing process which is developed by the modern language association. It mainly incorporates two parts which are known as the brief in the text citation in the body in the essay and detailed list of the works which are being cited which lies at the very end of the work. researches that have been done in this subject matter indicates the fact that the mla which is the modern language association style is the most general type of the references which are mainly utilized in order to write the paper and even to cite the sources within the liberal arts and the humanities.
1.MLA references overview
The mla references are mainly developed by the modern language association. It tends to have two parts which are the brief in text citation in the body of the essay and the detailed list of the works cited at the end of the work. for the purpose of the in text citation, it is important for the student to utilize the first element from the works cited entry- generally the surname of the author and the page number in the parentheses. One of the example is that of the Smith 173. Additionally, if the name of the author appears in the body of the essay then the student must just utilize the right page number in the parenthesis. One of the example which can be taken into the consideration is “ smith claims…. Applied (173). There tends to lie no punctuation between the name of the author and the page number. For the purpose of the citation, it is important to arrange the work in the alphabetic order by the first element which is commonly the surname of the author.
2.In text citations for book
For the purpose of the citation of the book, the following structure must be followed which are as follows
In text citation must incorporate the last nae of the author which must be followed b a page number which eventually must be enclosed in parenthesis. “here’s a direct quote”
If the name of the author is not given , it is important to use the first word or the words of the title. Additionally, it is important for the student to utilize the same format which was being utilized in the work cited list such as the quotation.
3.Physical/physical book references
In order to cite a physical book references, the following format must be followed
The name of the author must be written by the student
The title of the book – this must however be written in italics
The student must write the city of the publication
The student must write the name of the publisher and the year of the publication
The student must add the other citations
The student must even add additional information’s
4.E-book references
In order to cite the ebook references, it is important for the scholar to conduct the following
The last name of the author, first name. title of Book, Subtitle if any. Edition if given and it is not first edition, e-book and eBook if it is known , Publisher name which is often shortened year of publication.
One of the example of the work which is cited are as follows is Smith, Zadie. On beauty: A novel. e-Book, Hamish, 2005
The intext citation which can be followed are the last name of the author page number. The example which can be taken into the consideration are Smith 132. It si to be noted when one cites an ebook in the text, it is important to the scholar to mainly reject the device specifi numbering system. In this context, it is important for the student to utilize the chapter number in the contrary. One of the example which can be taken into the consideration are as follows: smith ch.4
5.Audiobook references
In order to cite an audiobook, include the author and the title of the book along with the details of the publication for the audiobook version. For the purpose of the references of the audiobook, the following structure must be followed
Author/editor
Year of publication/release (in round brackets)
Title of the book (it must be written in italics)
The individual who have narrated the audiobook must also be named
The place in which the audiobook is being available must be mentioned. The url must even be mentioned
The date in which it is being perceived
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