Works-Cited Exercise



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Works-Cited Exercise
Write a correct works-cited entry for each of the following sources. Make sure to properly format (underline/italicize or quotation marks) the titles: titles of journals, magazines, newspapers, and books should be underlined OR italicized. Titles of articles and essays should be in quotation marks.
Use this website to help you construct each citation:
http://www.dianahacker.com/resdoc/p04_c08_s2.html
***You may type your citations directly in this document or open a new Word document. If you type the citations in this document, please bold each citation.

  1. An article found in Texshare, an electronic database. The author is William J. Clinton. The title of the article is “Message to the Congress Transmitting the Proposed ‘Cloning Prohibition Act of 1997’." The journal is the Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents. Publication date is June 1997. Access date is January 1st, 2007. The electronic address is . CCCCD Library, Plano, Texas. Pages 27-41, volume #5 and issue #6.

***Refer to #31 on the MLA website.

  1. An article written by Christopher Willcox and titled “Right-to-Die Bill Sparks Hot Debate.” The article was published in the February 28, 1983 issue of the Detroit News. It appears on page 2 of section B.

***Refer to #23 on the MLA website.

  1. A book written by Carol R. Ember and Melvin Ember and titled Anthropology. The book was published in 1973 by Appleton-Century-Crofts in New York.  

***Refer to #5 on the MLA website.

  1. An article titled “Whose Life is it Anyway?” written by Carl Fuentes. The article appeared on the Christian Science Monitor online service. 5 July 1997. Access date is January 16th, 2007. The electronic address is .  

***Refer to #32, online magazine on the MLA website.

  1. A book written by Thomas Beer and titled Stephen Crane: A Study in American Letters. The book was published in 1923 and reprinted in 1972 by Octagon Books in New York.

 ***Refer to #18 on the MLA website.

  1. An article titled “Inflation: Where Do We Go from Here?” The article was published in the October 4, 1982 issue of the U.S. News and World Report. It appears on pages 30 to 33.  

***Refer to #4 and #20 on the MLA website.

  1. An article written by Jerome L. Singer and titled “Fantasy: The Foundation of Serenity.” The article was published in the July 1983 issue of Psychology Today. It appears on pages 32 through 37.  

***Refer to #20 on the MLA website.

  1. A book written by Kate Chopin and titled The Awakening. The book, edited by Margaret Culley, was published in 1976 by W. W. Norton and Company in New York.  

***Refer to #7 on the MLA website.

  1. An essay by David Cole titled “Five Myths about Immigration.” The essay is printed in Current Issues and Enduring Questions: A Guide to Critical Thinking and Argument, with Readings. This is the fourth edition. The editors are Sylvan Barnet and Hugo Bedau. The essay begins on page 98 and runs to page 101. The publisher is Bedford Books of St. Martin's Press. The date is 1996. The place of publication is Boston.  

***Refer to #10 on the MLA website.

  1. Two works by the same author: The author's name is Charlotte Perkins Gilman. One short story is titled, "The Yellow Wallpaper," p. 1148-1161. The other is "Why I Wrote 'The Yellow Wallpaper,'" p. 1162-1163. The book where these two are found is Making Literature Matter. This is a second edition. The editors are John Schilb and John Clifford. The publisher is Bedford/St. Martin's. Place of publication is Boston and New York. The year of publication is 2003.

******Refer to #10 on the MLA website AND to #5.


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