We are working on updating this guide. Until it is updated, please check with your professor regarding which style is required for your assignments, and consult the online manual as needed.
The generic MLA citation is the same regardless of what source you are citing. It is the core elements in this order with this punctuation no matter whether you are citing print, multimedia or electronic source:
Optional elements can be added to citation when they assist the reader to locate the work cited:
Chiavaroli, Neville and Constant J. Mews, translators. "Ex epistolis duorum amantium (From the letters of two lovers)." The Lost Love Letters of Heloise and Abelard: Perceptions of Dialogue in Twelfth-Century France, Constant J. Mews, Palgrave, 2001, pp. 181-289.
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