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Citing the Course Pack

Here is some information on citing the course pack:

Author. “Title of Part.” Title of Original Book/Periodical. Original Publication Information. Rpt. in Title of Course Reader. Comp. Instructor’s Name. Publication Information of Reader. Pages in Reader. Medium of Publication.

Note: For this paper you only need to cite the course pack version.

For English 372:

Wordsworth, William. “Resolution and Independence.” 1807. Rpt. in English 372: 19th-Century Literature of the British Empire and the Americas. Comp. Donna Campbell. Pullman, WA: Cougar Copies, 2012. 4-6. Print.

For English 302:

Owen, Wilfred. "Dulce et Decorum Est." Rpt. in English 302: Week 2 Readings.  Comp. Donna Campbell. Pullman, WA: Washington State University, 2013. 1. Print.

Wharton, Edith. “Roman Fever.”  Rpt. in English 302: Week 3 Readings.  Comp. Donna Campbell. Pullman, WA: Washington State University, 2013. 4-10. Print.

From http://www.lib.uoguelph.ca/assistance/writing_services/resources/how_to_cite.cfm.

Here is the closest example from the MLA Handbook:

Page numbers of the cited piece. Give the inclusive page numbers of the piece you are citing. Be sure to provide the page numbers for the entire piece, not just for the material you used. Inclusive page numbers follow the publication date and a period (on writing inclusive numbers, see 3.5.6). (If the book has no page numbers, see 5.5.24.) The entry concludes with the medium of publication consulted.


More, Hannah. “The Black Slave Trade: A Poem.” British Women Poets of the Romantic Era. Ed. Paula R. Feldman. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins UP, 1997. 472-82. Print.

“A Witchcraft Story.” The Hopi Way: Tales from a Vanishing Culture. Comp. Mando Sevillano. Flagstaff: Northland, 1986. 33-42. Print.