MLA Citing With No Author Or Place Of Publication
How to use MLA documentation correctly on a works cited page, and how to cite pamphlets w/ no author, or place of publication?© SolutionLibrary Inc. solutionlibary.com 9836dcf9d7 https://solutionlibrary.com/english-language-and-literature/language/mla-citing-with-no-author-or-place-of-publication-2jr
...RTIAL INFORMATION, PROVIDE WHAT YOU HAVE.
A PAMPHLET is cited like a book. If ANY INFORMATION IS UNAVAILABLE, skip it. (NOTE: SKIPPING it due to its being unavailable is NOT the same as just leaving it out! If YOU CAN acquire the details DO!)
Here are some sample PAMPHLET entries to guide you:
Blankenship, David R. The Paintings of Monet. New York: Harper, 2001.
English Made Simple. 2000.
The First and Last Guide to Writing You'll Ever Need.
Truet, Able. English Made Simple. 2000.
The Paintings of Monet. New York: Harper, 2001.
PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
Now that you know HOW to cite your sources, let's review some basic rules about the proper format of an MLA guided paper and its WORK CITED page. Below is a list of the general rules that ...