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June 2, 2012

Sandra asks…

How do I cite this (MLA style) ?

I found the quote I want to cite on a website, but its originally from a book.

This is the website: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desiree’s_Baby (I know wikipedia is a bad place to take stuff from for an essay, you don’t need to say anything about that.)

It says: Robert D. Arner also concludes, “the theme that no real or final distinction based on color can be made between slave and master” [8].

This is in the last paragraph of the analysis section.

This is the proper citation for the book it was taken from:

Arner, Robert D. “Pride and Prejudice: Kate Chopin’s ‘Désirée’s Baby’.” Critical Essays on Kate Chopin. 139-146. New York: Hall, 1996.

How do I properly cite this MLA style? Thank you.

Administrator answers:

What is your problem?! I wasn’t fishing for compliments, I was trying to see how it would stand against other people’s grades nationwide. And if you don’t have the maturity to answer, don’t./

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