clamin
  • clamin
PLEASE HELP!! "one works cited page" what does it mean??
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  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
bibliography... this should be the last page after your essay and should state the websites,articles and books etc. go on easybib.com and you just type in all the info you have and you just copy and past. @clamin
Ghostgate
  • Ghostgate
@nykingjordan is right. The 'one works cited page' indicates you have a page at the end of your essay or paper that fills out the information to give proper credit to the original author or authors of whichever book or paper they wrote. This allows you to avoid plagiarism. For a book you would write out the information like this: Last Name of Author, First Name. Title of book. City: Publisher, Date/Year. Medium of Publication. The date would be written like: 9th October, 2015. Make sure the title of the book is italicized or put it within quotation marks if you can't italicize it. I'm not entirely sure if I'm correct, because I'm not the best at English, but I hope this helps you in someway! ;) - Have a great day! {---Ghostgate---}

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