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MLA Style Citation Guide 8th Edition for Graduate Programs: Formatting Your Paper

Formatting Your Paper Using Chicago Style

The OWL at the Purdue Writing Center has easy to understand example of how to format your paper using MLA citation style.

Please consult this resource or the MLA Handbook located at the citation center book shelf located outside of room 110, the print room.

Example of a paper formatted using MLA style, provided by the OWL Purdue Writing Center.

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