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It's always best to consult the current MLA Handbook (9th ed.) for any MLA question. If you are using MLA style for a class assignment, it's also a good idea to consult your professor, advisor, TA, or other campus resources for help. They're the ones who can tell you how the style should apply in your particular case.

The MLA Style Center is a new online resource with additional information about MLA style.

For extraordinary questions that aren't covered clearly in the style manual or haven't been answered by your teacher or advisor, Purdue students, staff and faculty can make an appointment at the Purdue Writing Lab. If you're off campus, consult the Writing Center Directory to find a writing center near you.

Print resources from the Modern Language Association

MLA Handbook (9th ed.) ISBN 13: 978-1603293518, ISBN 10: 1603293515