Works Cited
Summary and Paraphrase
Intext Citation
Essay Topics for People and Husband
Logical Fallacies
Re-write it Right
Works Cited

The following is the proper format for the Works Cited exercise: "The Shoelace in History." This system does not underline or indent--look for the _underline marks at the beginning and end_ of what should appear underlined, and remember the hanging indent.

Blackwell, M. R. "Tasteless Laces." _Cyberlace_. Jan. 2002. http://www.knotco.edu/cyberlace/home.html.

Butz, Earl Q. "Solving the Loose Shoe Problem." _Indiana Journal of Podiatry_ 17 (1974): 711-12.

Dylan, Robert. "Lace, Lady, Lace." _Hibbing Herald_ 4 Feb. 1968. _NewsBank_ CD-ROM 22 Jul 2002. Glendale Community College Library Media Center, Glendale, Arizona.

"Earth Shoes Unearthed in Inca Ruins." _Time_ 23 July 1977: 36.
Frobisher, Leon, et al. _Shoemaking with a Purpose_. 12th ed. Boston: Hooton, 1993.

Frobisher, Louise K. Letter to author. 5 Jan. 2002.
Frodobaggins, J.R.R. "Footloose and Sandal Free." _An Ethnography of Footwear_. Eds. O. Fecteau and Mary Facenda. New Orleans: Big Muddy, 1990. 70-81.

Kelly, Walter. "Little Laces for Little People." _Dog's Life_. Aug. 1993: 32+. _Infotrac General Periodical ASAP_ . The Information Access Company. Jun 2002. Glendale Community College Library Media Center, Glendale, Arizona.
---. "Shoelaces." _Encyclopedia of Haberdashery_. 1984 ed.

Markoz, Imelda. _Never Too Many Shoes_. Wichita: Converse, 1998. University of Manila library. 20 Jul. 2002. <ftp:shoebooks.uT#nilaedu>.

Parish, Sally. _Sandals in Greece and Rome_. Omaha: Wapita, 1987.

Philador, Max, and Elisaveta Krutsch. _Shoelaces in Africa and the Far East: 1800-1914_. Trans. Constance Jowett. Fort Worth, TX: Vanitas, 1994.

Quinn, Fiona. _Knit Your Own Shoelaces_. Self-Reliance Ser. Modesto, CA: Victory, 1942.

---. _Old Laces and Arsenic._ Eds. Theodore Quinn and Louisa Mae Quinn.
Los Angeles: Capra, 1947.

---. _The Shoe in the English-Speaking World._ Vol 3. Boston: Bruin,

"The Shoelace Coverup." _60 Minutes_. Narr. Leslie Stahl.  CBS News. 21 Jul. 2002.
The Society of Legwear Manufacturers. _Laces, Gaiters, and Spats._ 1901. Toronto: Provolone, 1955.

Zimmer, Norman. "The Shoelace Motif in Finno-Latvian Sonnet
Sequences." _PMLA_ 43 (1993): 202-95.

Remember that MLA is nothing if not picky. Be sure to always check the rules for the type of source you are citing and plug in the proper information.

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