BRIEF CITATION GUIDELINES*

*Adapted from the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7e. For complete MLA citation guidelines, please consult this handbook. You can also find additional information about citation at wwnorton.com/write.

A VOLUME OF THE ANTHOLOGY IN A WORKS-CITED LIST

Puchner, Martin, gen. ed. The Norton Anthology of World Literature. 3rd ed. Vol. F.
New York: Norton, 2012. Print.

A SELECTION FROM THE ANTHOLOGY IN A WORKS-CITED LIST

Kincaid, Jamaica. "Girl." The Norton Anthology of World Literature. Gen. ed. Martin
Puchner. 3rd ed. Vol. F. New York: Norton, 2012. 1145-46. Print.

Neruda, Pablo. "Walking Around." Trans. W. S. Merwin. The Norton Anthology of
World Literature
. Gen. ed. Martin Puchner. 3rd ed. Vol. F. New York: Norton,
2012. 586-87. Print.

IN-TEXT CITATIONS FOR A SELECTION FROM THE ANTHOLOGY

The mother in Jamaica Kincaid's "Girl" specifies ways to lay a table for breakfast,
lunch, tea, dinner, and "dinner with an important guest" (1146).

One Antiguan mother warns her daughter not to plant okra close to the house
"because okra trees harbor red ants" (Kincaid 1146).

A PART OF THE STUDYSPACE IN A WORKS-CITED LIST

"Western Africa 1200-1400." Map. The Norton Anthology of World Literature. 3rd ed.
Vol. C. Gen. ed. Martin Puchner. Norton, 2011. Web. 6 Mar. 2012.

"Timeline." The Norton Anthology of World Literature. 3rd ed. Vol. C. Gen. ed. Martin
Puchner. Norton, 2011. Web. 6 Mar. 2012.

"Allusion." The Norton Anthology of World Literature. 3rd ed. Gen. ed. Martin
Puchner. Norton, 2011. Web. 6 Mar. 2012.

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