anonymous
  • anonymous
I have an MLA question - I don't have the MLA manual at home with me and the OWL doesn't answer my question directly. If you have two web sources without authors that have the same article name (for example: "Gabriel Garcia Marquez"), how would you cite the sources parenthetically? One article is from 1994 and the other is from 2002. My thought is: ("Gabriel Garcia Marquez," 1994). It looks APA-ish but I need to distinguish one from the other. Also there are no page numbers.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Neither is correct actually. You would cite the last name, and year. (Marquez 1994)

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