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Salda, Michael N., ed. The Cinderella Project. Vers. 1.1. U of Southern Mississippi, Oct. 2005. Web. 15 May 2008.
Liu, Alan, ed. Home page. Voice of the Shuttle. Dept. of English, U of California, Santa Barbara, n.d. Web.15 May 2008.
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"New Eco Books: Feature Interviews with Margaret Atwood." 4 June 2010. Alternatives Environmental Ideas and Action. Web. 8 Aug. 2011.
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The list of works cited is the final section of an MLA-style paper, but should be drafted as you research and write.
Begin the Works Cited list on a new page, but continue with the page numbering used in the body of your paper.
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