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MLA Review (of a book/film/story/poem/play) citation

When you write a college essay or research paper, you must demonstrate that the facts, information and opinions you express are valid, credible, and worthy of your reader’s attention. You do this, in part, by identifying the sources of your information and of any ideas that are not originally yours. You must cite direct quotes, as well as anything you write that you have paraphrased or summarized from another source ( e.d. Web page, scholarly article or image) . Citing your sources enables a reader to find your research sources and helps you to avoid plagiarism.

The discipline of English, as well as many other disciplines in the humanities, commonly use MLA citation format the guidelines is also available.

To generate proper citation within MLA review citation generator provide all available information on item reviewed and source of a review such as:
reviewer’s name,

  • reviewed title,
  • title of item reviewed,
  • author of item reviewed,
  • title of item reviewed,
  • name of periodical,
  • volume number,
  • issue number,
  • publication date,
  • page numbers,
  • format review appeared.

To generate proper citation try to provide citation machine with as much necessary information as available about the publication in which the review appeared. If the review is of a film or performance, use an abbreviation for the role of the work’s creator (e.g. dir. for director, ed. for editor) in place of “by.”