How to Cite E-Books?

Answer Citing an e-book differs slightly from citing traditional printed text. Most reference lists or works cited follow one of three common styles: APA, MLA and Chicago. Humanities disciplines typically... Read More »

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How to Cite E-Books in the MLA Format?

MLA format is outlined in the Modern Language Association's "MLA Manual & Guide to Scholarly Publishing." The guide handles e-books as electronic material and requires slight differences in how the... Read More »

How to Cite Sources in Renaissance Books?

Citing a source is an important part of any paper, journal or work. Avoiding citation of sources is plagiarism. When there is confusion about how to cite the source, such as might occur when the so... Read More »

How to Cite Books in Internet Paragraphs?

Citing a book that is embedded in an Internet article is no different from citing the book on its own. If you are referencing the book's material, even though it is embedded in an article, you are ... Read More »

How to Cite Books for a Paper in Chicago Style?

"Of making many books there is no end." Scholarship is serious business. Every book or paper written requires properly sourced and cited references. As a scholar or writer of papers, you want to pr... Read More »