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MLA Review Part 1: MLA In-text Citations – Rewrite the last line of each quote with a correctly formatted MLA in-text citation. 1. “One of his eyes resembled that of a vulture—a pale blue eye, with a film over it. Whenever it fell upon me, my blood ran cold; and so by degrees—very gradually—I made up my mind to take the life of the old man, and thus rid myself of the eye forever.” This is from the text book, Great Writing, which was edited by Harvey S. Wiener and Nora Eisenberg. It comes from the first page of the short story by Edgar Allan Poe called The Tell-Tale Heart. The story starts on page 108 and ends on page 111. The book was published by Mc Graw Hill in Boston in the year 2009. “Whenever it fell upon me, my blood ran…show more content…
Women and minorities make up 52 percent of the workers in American businesses today. This is a paraphrase from an article called “Progress for Women and Minorities” in The Tennessean on April 24, 2011. The author was not named. It was on page B1 in the Sunday paper. “Women and minorities make up 52 percent of the workers in American businesses today” (“Progress for Women and Minorities” BI). 5. “Wollstonecraft believes that if a woman submits to a marriage just to remain idle, she has no right to complain of her fate or act like she has a right to disregard rules.” This quote is from the Website called Women’s Rights and Marriage. The article is titled Mary Wollstonecraft on Marriage and was written by Betsy Michaels. There is no date on the website, but I visited it on May 14, 2010. The address is www.womenandmarriage.com. “Wollstonecraft believes that if a woman submits to a marriage just to remain idle, she has no right to complain of her fate or act like she has a right to disregard rules” ( Michaels, “Mary Wollstonecraft on Marriage”, www.womenandmarriage.com). Part 2: Works Cited Page – Using the above information, create a properly formatted works cited page. Works Cited McCuen, Jo Ray and Winkler, Anthony C. From Idea to Essay. New York: Longman,
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