The MLA Style is most often used in the Humanities. Below you will find some citation examples and links to online resources. For complete guidelines, consult the MLA Handbook.
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As writers and scholars, you will typically build upon the conversation of other writers, thinkers, and scholars. As you do so, you are expected to abide by scholarly ethics, including proper attribution and citation of information that is not your own. This guide provides examples of MLA, APA, and Chicago citation styles.