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1 MLA Documentation Works Cited Page Adapted from source: Hacker, Diana. Working with Sources: Exercises to Accompany Rules for Writers. 6th edition. Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2008.

2 Contains bibliography information for every source cited in the paper. Placed after the 8-10 page paper. Title – “Works Cited” – is centered at the top. Alphabetical order by the first section of the information. Double-spaced and left-justified. No bullets. Make sure each source word wraps. The second line and after of each source is tabbed over once (hanging indent). URL addresses are not to be underlined or in blue (type “ctrl z” after it’s turned into a link).

3 The student has quoted from a book, India: A History, by John Keay. It was published in New York in 2000 by Grove Press. a.Keay, John. India. New York: Grove, 2000. b.Keay, John. India: A History. New York: Grove, 2000. Answer: b

4 The student has cited a book, Cinema India: The Visual Culture of Hindi Film, by Rachel Dwyer and Divia Patel. The book was published in New Delhi by Oxford University Press in 2002. a.Dwyer, Rachel, and Divia Patel. Cinema India: The Visual Culture of Hindi Film. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2002. b.Dwyer, Rachel, and Patel, Divia. Cinema India: The Visual Culture of Hindi Film. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2002. Answer: a

5 The student has cited an article, “Kishore Kumar,” by Sushama Shelley. It appears on pages 95-96 of the November 2002 edition of the magazine CineBlitz. a.Shelley, Sushama. “Kishore Kumar.” CineBlitz. Nov. 2002: 95-96. b.Shelley, Sushama. “Kishore Kumar.” CineBlitz. November 2002: 95-96. Answer: b

6 The student paraphrased material from an article, “Vijay Anand (1935-2004): A Belated Tribute,” appearing on the Website Upperstall.com. No author is listed for the article. The student accessed the site of May 12, 2004. The URL of the article is . a.Upperstall.com. “Vijay Anand (1935-2004): A Belated Tribute.” 12 May 2004 . b.“Vijay Anand (1935-2004): A Belated Tribute.” Upperstall.com. 12 May 2004 . Answer: b

7 The student cited an article, “Bollywood Confidential,” by Lisa Tsering. It appeared on the Website Salon.com on January 28, 2003. The writer accessed the site on April 29, 2004, and the URL is . a.Tsering, Lisa. “Bollywood Confidential.” Salon.com. 28 Jan. 2003. 29 Apr. 2004 < http://archive.salon.com/ent/movies/ feature/2003/01/28/bollywood>. b.Tsering, Lisa. “Bollywood Confidential.” 28 Jan. 2003. Salon.com. 29 Apr. 2004 < http://archive.salon.com/ent/http://archive.salon.com/ent/ movies/feature/2003/01/28/bollywood>. Answer: a

8 Hall 9 Works Cited Dwyer, Rachel, and Divia Patel. Cinema India: The Visual Culture of Hindi Film. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2002. Keay, John. India: A History. New York: Grove, 2000. Shelley, Sushama. “Kishore Kumar.” CineBlitz. November 2002: 95-96. Tsering, Lisa. “Bollywood Confidential.” Salon.com. 28 Jan. 2003. 29 Apr. 2004 < http://archive.salon.com/ent/movies/feature/2003 /01/28/bollywood>. “Vijay Anand (1935-2004): A Belated Tribute.” Upperstall.com. 12 May 2004.


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