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MLA Citation - An Introduction


      This guide will walk you through the basics of MLA documentation. Follow the instructions to  correctly format your essay or research paper, cite your sources, and prepare your "Works Cited" page. Review the box below to familiarize yourself with how a correctly formatted MLA paper should look. This guide also contains a preformatted MLA Template that can be downloaded by students.

Sample MLA Paper



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