Citation Guide for Antigone Compare/Contrast Essay



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Citation Guide for Antigone Compare/Contrast Essay

Works Cited

Sophocles. Antigone. Ed. Allen, Janet. Holt McDougal Literature: Texas Grade 10.

[Evanston, Ill.]: Holt McDougal, a Division of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2010. 1068- 106. Print



Shown above his how your Works Cited page should look for your Antigone essay. Remember that a Works Cited page is the last page of your essay. This is the only information that should be on this page.
Internal Documentation and Blending Quotes

You will be using 3 quotes per character in this essay (6 quotes total). It will be very important that you blend these quotes and that you cite them.


Examples of Blended Quotes:

Make sure that you are using short phrases and that you are incorporating the quote into your own sentence.

Examples:

Creon greatly fears anarchy and the chaos that would occur if people broke the law. He even commands his guards to “give no support to whoever breaks this law” (I.i.54).


Creon greatly fears anarchy and the chaos that would occur if people broke the law. “You will give no support to whoever breaks this law” (I.i.54).
Antigone clearly reveals that she shows more reverence for the gods’ laws than the Creon’s laws. While she does admit that Creon has power as king, she firmly believes that “The immortal unrecorded law of God. They are not merely now; they were, and shall be” (I.ii.61-62).
Antigone clearly reveals that she shows more reverence for the gods’ laws than the Creon’s laws. “The immortal unrecorded law of God. They are not merely now; they were, and shall be” (I.ii.61-62).
Reminders about Internal Documentation:

  1. In a play, you identify the act, scene, and line number. The acts are indicated with upper case Roman numerals (I); the scenes are indicated with lower case Roman numerals (i, ii, iii, iv, v); the line numbers use regular numbers.


2. The citation goes at the end of the sentence and the punctuation is on the outside of the parenthesis.
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