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How to Use MLA Handbook Plus

MLA Handbook Plus, from the MLA experts. How to cite, quote or paraphrase just about anything, from poems to tweets.

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You can browse the book by clicking on any section, search it, and get examples of citation and papers. 

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If you don't know what section of the handbook has the information you need, you can search it. The search function is very good so you'll probably see what you need on the list. But if you do need to narrow it down you can use the Update Search function on the side to narrow by topic, date or more.

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  • Browse or search the full text of the MLA Handbook
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  • Get real MLA style citation examples
  • See real MLA style sample papers
  • Also includes MLA Guide to Digital Literacy and MLA Guide to Undergraduate Research in Literature
  • Includes a brief overview of English Grammar 

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