MLA Style is the format developed by the Modern Language Association for writing research papers. This style is widely used by writers in the humanities, especially languages and literature. The MLA Handbook provides guidance for the entire process of writing a research paper, from topic selection to completing the bibliography.
Arrange references alphabetically by the author's last name.
Double space the entire reference list.
Begin each entry on the left margin and indent a 1/2 inch from the second line onwards.
Check your professor's instructions to format your paper.
MLA 9 advocates for writing with inclusive language. For instance, use gender neutral terms and avoid generalizing group identities.
See MLA Handbook 9th Edition, pages 89-93 for more information.
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