MLA: Print Sources
Below are examples of how citations may appear in a works-cited page in MLA. Although the examples on this page are presented single-spaced for clarity, please note that in MLA style the works-cited page is double-spaced.
Book (view detail)
Ishiguro, Kazuo. The Remains of the Day. Boston: Faber, 1989. Print.
Edited Book (view detail)
Burgum, Edwin Berry, ed. The New Criticism: An Anthology of Modern Aesthetics and Literary Criticism. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1930. Print.
Translation (Book) (view detail)
Camus, Albert. The Stranger. Trans. Stuart Gilbert. New York: A. A. Knopf, 1946. Print.
Work from an Anthology (view detail)
Iko, Momoko. "Gold Watch." Unbroken Thread: An Anthology of Plays by Asian American Women. Ed. Roberta Uno. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1993. 105-154. Print.
Article from a Scholarly Journal (view detail)
Hirota, Akiko. "The Tale of Gengi: From Heian Classic to Heisei Comic." Journal of Popular Culture 31.2 (Fall 1997): 29-68. Print.
Previously Published Article from a Literary Criticism Anthology
Note that because the article was reprinted with a new title, the information on the anthology is given first, followed by the article's original publication. "Rpt." stands for "reprinted."
Gill, Brendan. "B.C. to A.D." The New Yorker 58.13 (17 May 1982): 110-115. Print. Rpt. in "Athol Fugard." Contemporary Literary Criticism. Ed. Jean C. Stine. Vol. 25. Detroit: Gale Research, 1983. 173-178.
Original Article from a Literary Criticism Anthology (view detail)
Falk, Thomas H. "Herland." Masterplots II. Women's Literature Series. Ed. Frank N. Magill. Vol. 3. Pasadena: Salem, 1995. 1022-1030. Print.
Article from a Newspaper (view detail)
Alvarez, Gloria. "Teacher Recalls Land of Rising Sun; Audience Hears Tales of Japan." East New Orleans Picayune 14 Oct. 2001: 4. Print.
Newspaper Article without an Author (view detail)
"Once a Jerk, Always a Jerk - and the Whole Town Loves Him." The Charlotte Observer 8 Oct. 2002: 10A. Print.
Article from a Magazine (view detail)
Day, Nancy, and Alec Foege. "Geisha Guy: Arthur Golden Isn't Japanese, and He Isn't a Woman. But He Does a Brilliant Impersonation in His Smash First Novel." People Weekly 23 Nov. 1998: 89. Print.
Images from a Book/Journal (view detail)
Delaroche, Paul. Portrait of a Woman. 1829. European Drawings from the Collection of the Ackland Art Museum. By Carol C. Gillham and Carolyn H. Wood. Chapel Hill: The Museum, University of North Carolina, 2001. 93.
Personal Photographs (view detail)
John's First Birthday Party. Personal photography by Lisa Newman. May 22, 2009.