The MLA Handbook was first published by the Modern Language Association of America (MLA) in 1951. This group of scholars and teachers began the organization in 1883, around the same time that modern languages were starting to make a regular appearance in printed works. These scholars wanted a uniform method of documenting facts, opinions, documents, and phrases in order to allow publications to be more easily prepared and referenced.
This manual is based on the most current MLA style book to provide students with a quick reference. Unlike many manuals that merely tell students how to cite books, periodicals and videos this manual takes it a step further and shows how to cite Twitter, Facebook messages, Blog comments, PowerPoint Presentations, and more.
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(Note: This Book is Based on the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th Edition)