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Instructor Audrey Tinkham

English 370B

Date paper is due

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    If you use footnotes, they should look like this. DO NOT USE ENDNOTES.
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                                           Works Cited

Author last name, first name. "Article title." Journal Title volume.issue (year): inclusive page

       numbers. Use a hanging indent format for every entry. Put entries in alphabetical order of

       authors' last names.

Author last name, first name. Book Title. Publication City: Publisher, year of publication. Use a

       hanging indent format for every entry. Put entries in alphabetical order of authors' last

       names.

Gibaldi, Joseph, ed. MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. 6th ed. New York: Modern

       Language Association of America, 2003.




TYPE SHOULD BE CLEAN AND NEAT WITHOUT BLURRY OR MESSY PRINT.




The ONLY formatting this document requires (aside from italicization or underlining for
emphasis or published works):
    1. Set all margins = 1.0".
    2. Double space all.
    3. Use Times or Times New Roman 12-point font.
    4. Insert header with name and automatic page number flush right.
    5. Center title.
    6. Press the TAB key once to begin a paragraph.
    7. Press the RETURN key once to end a paragraph.
    8. Format worked cited page paragraphs as "hanging indent."
    9. [Optional: Use automatic footnote insert function if need be.]
In other words, format your document properly, and then just write. The handwritten comments
on page one are mostly concerned with what NOT do to.

								
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