Bibliographies

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    BOOKS


    One Author
    English, Carol. The Cliffs Won't Do: Read the Book. Philadelphia: McGraw-Hill, 1997.

    Multiple Citations by the Same Author
    Small, Chris. Please, Help Me Carry My Keys! Topeka: Rand, 1993.

    Don't Measure a Chemist by Her Size. NewYork: Feminist, 1993.


    Two or Three Authors
    Drucker, Darla, and Amy Jones. How to Survive Your Wedding. New York: Simon and Schuster,
    1997.


    Corporate Author
    Wissahickon Home Economics Department. Cooking with Spice. New York: Scribners, 1993.


    Editor
    Valenza, Joyce, ed. Bagels and Books: An Anthology. Brooklyn, NY: Random House, 1991.


    Work in an Anthology
    Smith, James. "The Physics of Sushi." The Fabulous Physics Paper. Ed. Samuel Klein. Rome, GA: Cambridge UP, 1954. 46­59.

    Edition Other Than the First
    Peters, Michael. Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Keeping Your Classroom Neat and Clean. 4th ed. Philadelphia: Lysol, 1995.

    REFERENCE BOOKS

    Signed Article
    Copaset, Sandra. "Zen and the Art of Wearing Blue and Khaki." Encyclopedia Americana. 1996 ed.


    Unsigned Article
    "Best Beards of All Time." Encyclopedia of Anatomy and Hair. 15th ed. 1993.

    JOURNALS AND MAGAZINES

    Article from a Magazine
    Ramsey, Pamela. "Where's My Smiley Face?" MacWorld 4 Sept. 1997: 86­94.

     

    NEWSPAPERS

    Signed Article
    Goldberg, Grace. "The Inside Track: Alumni Life." Trojan Times 10 Oct. 1991: 17.

    Unsigned Article
    "Striking a Pose with Sally Miles." New York Times 15 Oct. 1997, sec. 1, 35.

     

    FILMS AND RADIO AND TELEVISION PROGRAMS

    "Starring the Other Peggy Lee." Slightly Off Broadway-The Series. Prod. Sheldon Wang.
    PBS. WNET, New York. 6 Aug. 1995.

    Making Creative Bookcovers. Dir. Tom Martin. Videocassette. Clemens, 1997.

    PERSONAL OR TELEPHONE INTERVIEW

    Craig, John. Personal interview. 23 Sept. 1994.

    CD-ROMs

    Name of author (if given). "Title of Part of Work." Title of Product. Edition or release, if given. Publication medium (CD-ROM). City of publication: Publisher, year of publication.

    Wallechinsky, David. "Olympic Games." World Book Multimedia Encyclopedia. 3.20b. CD-ROM. Chicago: World Book, 1996.

    WORLD WIDE WEB

    Author (if known). "Title of Page or Document." Title of Site or Larger Work (if applicable). Date of document. Online. Available http://address/filename. Date of access.

    Cassutto, George. "Social Studies and the World Wide Web." 8 June 1996. Online. Available
    http://www.fred.net/nhhs/html3/arti cle3.htm.
    25 Sept. 1996.

    "Graf Has Look of a Champion." ESPNET SportsZone. 29 Aug. 1996. Online. Available http://www.espn.com/gen/top/0108716001.html. 30 Aug. 1996.

     

    ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIA

    Author. "Title of Article." Title of Reference Work. Online. Title of the Database or Online Service. Date of access.

    Cook, Sarah Gibbard. "Berlin, Germany." Compton's Living Encyclopedia. Online. America Online. 27 Aug. 1997.

    JOURNAL MATERIAL FROM A COMPUTER SERVICE OR ONLINE DATABASE

    Author. "Article Title." Periodical Title Date of print publication (if available). Edition (if any): pages. Database Name (if any). Online. Name of computer service. Date of access.

    Keizer, Gregg. "Write the Perfect Paper." Family PC Sept. 1996. Online. America Online.
    25 Nov. 1996.

    Or for pay service or ASCII-text environments

    Miller, Larry. "Setting up a Home Office." New York Times 16 Aug. 1996: A03. Online. ProQuest Direct. 7 Dec. 1996.

    E-MAIL

    Warning: Though many style sheets advise listing personal E-mail addresses in a citation, there is the danger of violating the privacy of the author or the recipient. The MLA Handbook does not recommend including addresses.

    Author of E-mail message. "Subject line of message." E-mail to recipient's name. Date of message.

    Valenza, Joyce. "What to wear at the conference." E-mail to Jane Nethead. 27 Sept.1996.


    E-mail Sent to You
    Nethead, Jane. "Enjoying the Web." Personal
    E-mail. 29 Sept. 1996.