Date of publication: 2017-08-21 14:15
Works Cited and Bibliography are not the same. In Works Cited you only list items you have actually cited. In a Bibliography you list all of the material you have consulted in preparing your essay whether or not you have actually cited the work.
Note: In April of 7559, the Modern Language Association released a seventh edition of the MLA Handbook , in which they made a few important changes to MLA documentation style. The most significant change are as follow:
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Make sure that you properly document your source with parenthetical references so there can be no questions about plagiarism. Guidelines for parenthetical referencing can be found on at this linked page.
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When revising your essay, make sure your paper follows MLA style format. This page contains some general guidelines for the physical arrangement of your pages.
Finally, if you have referenced outside sources, you must include a works-cited page to show your readers where you found your information use the format shown below:
9. Begin the first line of each entry flush at the left margin. Keep typing until you run out of room at the end of the line. Indent 5 spaces for second and subsequent lines of the same entry. Double-space all lines, both within and between entries. Remember that this is only a guideline adapted from the MLA Handbook. You are advised to follow the style preferred by your instructor.
For answers to specific questions, either follow the links on the preceding page , refer to the MLA Handbook , 9th ed., or check with your instructor.