K12: MLA Works Cited

K12: MLA Works Cited: Be sure to follow proper MLA format for works cited entries: See the MLA Reference List: https://wwwi.scottsdalecc.edu/library/libguides/citation/MLA-2016-Guide.pdf


**See the links for formatting examples of the specific type of text you are using, but generally, your Works Cited list should be in alphabetical order and look like this:

Works Cited

Greenbury, James S. “Pastoral Reflections on Assurance in English Puritan Thought.” Puritan Reformed Journal, vol. 13, no. 1, Jan. 2021 pp. 113–127. EBSCOhost, <search.ebscohost.com>.

Kolodny, Annette. Personal Interview. 12 April 2004.

Turner, Frederick Jackson.  “The Significance of the Frontier in American History.” The Frontier in American History. 1921. Ed. Michael W. Kidd. 1996. University of Virginia.  11 Nov. 2004. < http://xroads.virginia.edu/~HYPER/TURNER/>.

Virgil.  “The Georgics by Virgil.”  The Internet Classics Archive.  4 Aug 2004.  <http://classics.mit.edu/Virgil/georgics>

West, Delno C. “The Imagined World of Christopher Columbus.” Columbus and the New World. Eds. Joseph Shnaubelt and Frederic Van Fleteren. New York: Peter Lang, 2001. 85-97.

Wood, William.  New England’s Prospect.  Ed. Allen T. Vaughan.  Amherst: Univ. of Mass Press, 1977.

Ziff, Larzer. “Conquest and Recovery in Early Writings from America.” American Literature 68.3 (1996): 509-525.