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UTEL MLA-Style Bibliography Builder 1.0b
by Dennis G. Jerz
The bibliography builder helps you to fill in a
form with the information required to construct an entry for an MLA-style
Works Cited list. Help is available for each item on the form. About
the UTEL MLA-Style Bibliography Builder.
What kind of source are you using?
Book: an entire work (novel, play, long poem, biography,
etc.), published separately.
Selection: a work published in a collection.
Periodical: an article from a journal, magazine,
About the UTEL Bibliography Builder
This web document does not attempt to duplicate all the resources available
in the MLA Handbook (4th ed.), but rather subdivides the task of
constructing a bibliography entry, focusing on one item at a time. The
intention is to reduce the need to scavenge through the handbook's 81-page
chapter on citation in the hopes of finding a precise model illustrating
how to cite a particular source. Fill in the appropriate form, and
push a button to generate a bibliography entry, which you can then paste
into your word processor.
When you copy text from the browser window, you will unfortunately lose
all formatting (such as underlining).
At present this utility generates one entry at a time. Alphabetization
and formatting the works cited page is up to you.
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Gibaldi, Joseph. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers.
4th ed. New York: MLA, 1995.
|© Dennis G. Jerz
Last modified: July 18, 1997
|University of Toronto English Library
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