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MLA Style Guide

  • General MLA Information
  • Citing Books
    Whether it's a book from your collection or one from a library, this link will show you the correct formats to use the citation.
  • Citing Electronic Sources
    Are you ready to make your Works Cited page? Use this link to the Purdue Online Writing Lab to see the correct MLA format to add articles from subscription databases.

    Scroll down to "An Article from an Online Database" to see several examples.

Connect and Compare an Essay, a Short Story, and a Poem

This assignment was designed to prepare you for the essays that you will write in your college English courses. 

  • Here you are asked to choose one nonfiction essay, one short story, and one poem to connect by theme and other elements, using textual evidence as support.  
  • In college, you will have assignments like this but you will also have exams where you must answer essay questions with specific examples from works read over the whole semester.  
  • We hope that you learn to identify passages that may be useful as you read over each work several times during the writing of your essay.

If you've lost the project handout, you may read the information here.

      

    Book Checkouts & Help

    Be sure to ask for the December 17 due date when you check out any books for this assignment.

    If you need help in locating books or specific stories, please ask Mrs. Jinkins.  

    LMC Hours:  M-Th 7:15-4:00, F 7:15-3:30

     

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