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MLA for citing our class handbook and 1 work from an anthology: The handbook follows the guidelines for a work by 2 or 3 authors. Begin the anthology entry with the author of the work you are citing from (or the title if no author given). Follow this with the title of the work, the title of the anthology, the editors of the anthology, any edition number, publication information, then full range of pages for the work.


Works Cited

Douglass, Frederick. “Resurrection.” The Power of Language; The Language of Power. Ed. Jessica Isaacs, et al. 2nd ed. Boston: Pearson, 2006. 81-84.

Troyka, Lynn Quitman, and Douglas Hesse. QA Compact. Upper Saddle River: Pearson, 2007.

MLA for citing 2 works from the same anthology: Use the author and title of the work followed by the anthology editor's name and page numbers of the work you're citing from. One entry should be for the anthology listed by editor. Alphabetize all entries according to the first piece of information listed in each entry.


Works Cited

Cox, Jeff. Foreword. Isaacs xiii-xiv.

Douglass, Frederick. “Resurrection.” Isaacs 81-84.

Isaacs, Jessica, eds. et al. The Power of Language; The Language of Power. 2nd ed. Boston: Pearson, 2006.

Keller, Helen. “The Day Language Came into My Life.” Isaacs 147-49.

Morgan, Christian. “Max Frankel.” Isaacs 423.