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Hi. I'm citing in MLA style an article in a compilation, by its editor. He also wrote the introduction. In the bibliography should I cite these as separate works with --- for the author's 2nd citing, or should I combine them in the citation? If so, how would I combine it? So far I have this. Thanks. Wheale, Nigel. Introduction. Shakespeare in the Changing Curriculum. Eds. Lesley Aers and Wheale. London: Routledge, 1991. ix-x. Print. ---. “Shakespeare: iconic or relevant?”Shakespeare in the Changing Curriculum. Eds. Lesley Aers and Wheale. London: Routledge, 1991. 1-29. Print.

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try this to customize it accordingly http://citationmachine.net/index2.php?reqstyleid=1&newstyle=1
Thanks!! I love that site & it's saving me lots of time and trouble. I think I may be asking it too technical a question, have copied it to the OWL in case they have any further thoughts.

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