Guide to Grammar and Writing


XII. A Sample Works Cited Page



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XII. A Sample Works Cited Page


[PLEASE NOTE: Many of these citations are fictitious; they are meant to be used as models only.]

Works Cited

Anderson, J. "Keats in Harlem." New Republic 204.14 (8 Apr. 1991): n. pag. Online. EBSCO. 29 Dec. 1996.

Angier, Natalie. "Chemists Learn Why Vegetables are Good for You." New York Times 13 Apr. 1993, late ed.: C1. New York Times Ondisc. CD-ROM. UMI-Proquest. Oct. 1993.

Anzaldua, Gloria. Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza. San Francisco: Spinsters/ Aunt Lute, 1987.

Astin, Alexander W. Achieving Educational Excellence. Washington: Jossey-Bass, 1985.

Burka, Lauren P. "A Hypertext History of Multi-User Dimensions." MUD History. URL: http://www.ccs.neu.edu/home/lpb/mud-history.html (5 Dec. 1994).

Christie, John S. "Fathers and Virgins: Garcia Marquez's Faulknerian Chronicle of a Death Foretold." Latin American Literary Review 13.3 (Fall 1993): 21-29.

Creation vs. Evolution: "Battle of the Classroom." Videocassette. Dir. Ryall Wilson, PBS Video, 1982. (MLA) 58 min.

Darling, Charles. "The Decadence: The 1890s." Humanities Division Lecture Series. Capital Community College, Hartford. 12 Sept. 1996.

Feinberg, Joe. "Freedom and Behavior Control." Encyclopedia of Bio-ethics, I, 93-101. (MLA) New York: Free Press, 1992.

Hennessy, Margot C. "Listening to the Secret Mother: Reading J.E. Wideman's Brothers and Keepers." American Women's Autobiography: Fea(s)ts of Memory. Ed. Margo Culley. Madison, WI: U. Wisconsin P, 1992. 302-314.

Jones, V.S., M.E. Eakle, and C.W. Foerster. A History of Newspapers. Cambridge, Eng.: Cambridge UP, 1987.

Metheny, N.M., and W. D. Snively. Nurses' Handbook of Fluid Balance. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1967.

"Money." Compton's Precyclopedia. 1977 ed., X, 80-91.

Mumford, Lewis. The Highway and the City. New York: Harcourt Brace and World, 1963.

- - -. Highways Around the World. New York: Prentice, 1967.

Orchestra. CD-ROM. Burbank: Warner New Media. 1992.

Pepin, Ronald E. Literature of Satire in the Twelfth Century. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen P, 1988.

Pikarsky, M. and Christensen, D. Urban Transportation Policy and Management. Boston: D.C. Heath, 1976.

"The Political Problems of Arms-Treaty Verification." Technology Review May/June 1986: 34-47.

Redford, Robert. Personal Interview. 24 Sept. 1996.

Schneider, Pamela. Interview. Seniors: What Keeps Us Going. With Linda Storrow. Natl. Public Radio. WNYC. New York. 11 July 1988.

Seabrook, Richard H. C. "Community and Progress." cybermind@jefferson.village. virginia.edu (22 Jan. 1994).

Shaw, Webb. "Professionals are Required to Report Abuse." Akron (Ohio) Beacon Journal, Nov. 11, 1984 (Located in NewsBank [Microform]. Welfare and Social Problems, 1984, 51: D12-14, fiche).



Sixty Minutes. CBS. WFSB, Hartford. 3 May 1991.

U.S. Dept. of Commerce. U.S. Industrial Outlook. Washington, D.C., Government Printing Office, 1990.

"U.S. troops capture chief aide to warlord." Hartford Courant 22 Sept. 1993: A5.

"What's a Hoatzin?" Newsweek 27 Sept. 1993: 72.

Williams, Larry. "Powerful Urban Drama Builds in Bell's Tense 'Ten Indians'." Rev. of Ten Indians, by Madison Smartt Bell. Hartford Courant 1 Dec. 1996: G3.

XIII. Format for Both In-text Citations and Works Cited Page of Various Types of Sources

A. Citing Artworks

For the Works Cited Page


Cassatt, Mary. Sara Handing a Toy to the Baby. Hill-Stead Museum, Farmington, CT.

Eakins, Thomas. The Gross Clinic. Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia. History of Art (2nd Ed.). By H.W. Janson. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1978. 778.

Rosen, George. Family. Front lobby, Student Services area, Capital Community College. Hartford.

For a slide in a collection of slides, include the slide number (Slide 34).

If the artwork is owned in a private collection, name, instead, the individual owner and the city where the artwork resides. If you wish to indicate the year a work of art was created, add the date after the title.

LaVorgna, Paul. Beach at Nantucket. 1982. Charles and Marylynn Darling Collection, Tolland, CT.

Photographs in a collection or museum would be cited the same as the paintings listed above. A personal photograph can be cited by describing the photograph, giving the name of the photographer, and listing the date the photo was taken.

Hummingbird in flight. Tolland, CT. Personal photograph by author. 28 May 2000.


In-text Citation


The sculpture entitled Family, given to the college in 1991 and permanently exhibited in the college's Woodland Street lobby, was carved from an enormous cherry tree that grew in the sculptor's back yard (Rosen).

B. Citing Audio-Visual Materials, Film

For the Works Cited Page


Consumer Awareness: Supply, Demand, Competition, and Prices. Sound filmstrip. Prod. Visual Education. Maclean Hunter Learning Resources, 1981. (MLA) 85 fr., 11 min.

The Mirror Has Two Faces. Dir. Barbra Streisand. Perf. Barbra Streisand, Jeff Bridges, Lauren Bacall, Mimi Rogers, Pierce Brosnan, George Segal. Tri-Star, 1996.

Creation vs. Evolution: "Battle of the Classroom." Videocassette. Dir. Ryall Wilson, PBS Video, 1982. (MLA) 58 min.

In-text Citation


The battle over Creationism — whether it is a science or a pseudo-science — has not abated since the so-called monkey-trial of the 1920s ("Creation").

C. Citing Books

1. One author:

For the Works Cited Page


Pepin, Ronald E. Literature of Satire in the Twelfth Century. Lewiston: Edwin Mellen P, 1988.

A second line (if necessary) would be indented approximately half an inch. Leave off any titles or degrees associated with a name (Ph.D., Sir, or even Saint [unless "Saint" is part of the author's name] ). A "Jr." or "III," etc., goes after the full name and is enclosed in commas: Pepin, Theophilus W., III, Literature. … If the year of publication is not indicated in the front material of the book, use the most recent copyright date. If your author is responsible for more than one book (or other publication) in your Works Cited page, use three hyphens instead of repeating that person's name. For instance, immediately following the listing above, the entry below

———, trans. Writings of Bernard of Cluny

would indicate that Ronald E. Pepin is the translator of this book. (Use "ed." to indicate that he is the editor of a text.) Do not use the three-hyphens device if the author's name is used in combination with another author (co-author).


In-text Citation


According to Pepin, virtually anyone could find himself the object of satirical writing in the twelfth century (18).

or, if you were actually quoting language, not paraphrasing:

According to Pepin, "virtually anyone could find himself the object of satirical writing in the twelfth century" (18).

Or, when the author is not identified in the text . . . (Let's say that we're using an idea from Ms. Anzaldua's text, but we're not going to reveal her name at this point in our text, which means we need to include it in the parenthetical citation.)

Anzaldua, Gloria. Borderlands/La Frontera: The New Mestiza. San Francisco: Spinsters/ Aunt Lute, 1987.

"In defiance of the Aztec rulers, the macehvales (the common people) continued to worship fertility and agricultural female deities" (Anzaldua 33).




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