THREE SPECIFIC EXAMPLES OF BIBLIOGRAPHY / WORKS CITED ENTRIES
These are three very specific sources that you MUST learn to cite correctly on your Bibliography and/or Works Cited page.
A Bibliography / Works Cited page is like mapquest --- it gives “directions” to the reader of where that work can be found.
The CLC, TCLC, and NCLC are multi-volume works. The article you are using has been published before. At the end of each article/entry, you will see the ORIGINAL place where this critic’s article was published. You MUST include this FIRST in your citation AND THEN you MUST give the information that tells what CLC or TCLC or NCLC you were using. Below is the correct citation. “Rpt.” means “reprinted”.
Reprinted article from a multi-volume publication
Kendrick, Walter. “Stephen King Gets Eminent.” Village Voice 13 August 1990:23. Rpt. In
Contemporary Literary Criticism. Ed. Daniel Marowski. Detroit: Gale, 1992. 7-12.
Essay without an author
“D.H. Lawrence.” Short Story Criticism. Ed. Joseph Parry. Vol.2. Detroit:
Gale, 1990. 194-5.
Database Subscription Service (Magazine, newspaper, or reference book articles, signed)
Koretz, Gene. “Economic Trends: What in the World Happened to Advertising?” Business Week
21 July 2004: 90-102. EBSCOhost. Lakeland High School Library. 2 Jan. 2006