The MLA citation style is primarily used by disciplines in the arts, humanities, and literature. The official guide is published by the Modern Language Association, and it is currently in the 9th edition.
Call Number: LB2369 .M52 2021
The official handbook for MLA style.
There is also an online subscription version of the handbook, available to all SF students, faculty, and staff.
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Includes the full text of the ninth edition of the MLA Handbook and additional material, including other MLA guides and instructor resources.
You may also wish to consult the MLA Style Center online, which contains many useful guides and regular updates to frequently asked questions
The MLA Style Center
The official website for MLA style, with more examples, guidelines, and a place to ask questions.
The navigation links will show you how to set up your paper in MLA format, and how to properly cite a variety of resources, both in your Works Cited list and within your paper using in-text citations.