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I searched morals in a specific tale. But I can't get the cite link at the top to work....
Topic: The Canterbury Tales
I searched morals in a specific tale. But I can't get the cite link at the top to work. Is there another way I could find the citing information?
I am doing a research paper for my english class and need the citations for a grade. Thank you so much.
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You need to cite it using MLA standards. Here is a link to the Enotes guide to MLA documentation:
An example of a citation for "The Wife of Bath's Tale" is below for you:
Eric Sterling. "The Wife of Bath’s Tale." Masterplots II: Poetry, Revised Edition. Salem Press, 2002. eNotes.com. 2006. Web. 26 Mar. 2010.
The latest MLA standards, however, eliminate all underlining and replace it with ITALICS, so be sure to do that. Also, you no longer need full web addresses, so this is a good change!
Posted by kwoo1213 on March 26, 2010 at 8:38 AM (Answer #1)
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