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MLA Style Bibliography

The MLA style used here follows the format used in Gibaldi's 1999 MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers.

Contents:

1. Book by one author or editor
2. Book by two authors or editors
3. Book by three authors or editors
4. Book by three or more authors or editors
5. Book with compilers and editors
6. Book with no author or editor stated
7. Book by one author, translated by another
8. Work in a collection by several authors with an editor, or with several compilers and editors
9. Article in an encyclopedia with no author stated
10. Article in an encyclopedia with an author
11. Article in a magazine or newspaper with no author stated
12. Article in a magazine or newspaper with one or more authors
13. Article from SIRS (Social Issues Resources Series)
14. Booklet, pamphlet, or brochure with no author stated
15. Booklet, pamphlet, or brochure with an author
16. Book review
17. Government publication
18. Cassette Tape Recording
19. CD-ROM
20. Computer service, e.g. BRS, DIALOG, MEAD, etc.
21. Computer software
22. Film
23. Internet
24. Interview
25. Performance
26. Radio
27. Recording - Music CD, LP, magnetic tape
28. Television
29. Videocassette
30. Advertisement