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Early English Literary Works
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Use Book in Print form instead of this one if:
     Your paper is in literary studies or another field concerned with close analysis of text.
     If differences in translations are relevant to your paper.
     If editions differ in wording, line numbering, etc.
Ask your professor which citation form you should use if not sure.
Examples of citation:
Footnote:
4. Milton, Paradise Lost, book 1, lines 83-86.
5. Chaucer, "Wife of Bath's Prologue," Canterbury Tales, lines 105-14.
Parenthetical:
(Milton, Paradise Lost, book 1, lines 83-86)
(Chaucer, Wife of Bath's Prologue, Canterbury Tales, lines 105-14)

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    First Name: Ludwig van
    Last Name: Beethoven
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Citation Format:
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   Reference List / Parenthetical

    
 


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