1. A Work in an Anthology: (MLA 5.6.7)
Author. “Title.” Title of Anthology. Ed. Editor’s name. Where published:
Name of publisher, year published. Inclusive pages. (Example follows) Medium.
Hemingway, Ernest. “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber.” Favorite American Short Stories. Ed. Thomas Colchie, Jennifer Long and James Knight. New York: Plume, 1992. 52-60. Print.
2. Article from a Scholarly Journal (MLA 5.7.1)
Mann, Susan. “Myths of Asian Womanhood in Amy Tan’s Work.” Journal of Asian Literature 59 (Winter 2000): 205-15. Print.
(You will not find these scholarly articles in the original journal here at MHS, but reprinted in reference books that are considered anthologies. See citation below:)
3. An Essay in an anthology that was originally published elsewhere: (MLA 5.6.7) (You will need this citation when you use an article from TCLC, CLC, NCLC or Short Stories for Students that was originally published in a magazine, journal, book, etc.)
(Originally from a magazine)
Zinnes, Harriet. “Collector’s Items.” New York Times Book Review. 10 July 1977: 11- 26. Rpt. in Contemporary Literary Criticism. Ed. David Segal. Vol. 6. Detroit: Gale, 1992. 394-397. Print.
(Originally from a Scholarly Article – the “Spring” quarterly date is a clue))
Holladay, Hillary. “Narrative Space in London’s ‘To Build a Fire.’” Gulf Coast Review 16 (Spring 1996): 21-35. Rpt. in Short Stories for Students. Ed. Ronald McDonald. Vol. 5. Detroit: Gale, 2004. 356-8. Print.
Authors name. Title. Where published: by whom, year published.
Golding, William. Lord of the Flies. New York: Berkeley, 1954. Print.