The question of Branwell's authorship has been extensively discussed (Thomson).
One critic has gone so far as to assert that "it is impossible that Branwell could have written this work" (Thomson 57).
Thomson has argued that "it is impossible that Branwell could have written this work" (57).
(Mortimer 138; Smith 203)
First reference sentence (Hoggart 85). Successive reference sentence by the same author (93).
Buffy's reference to incidents at her old school ("Buffy" 00:03:16-17) allude to...
A corporate author should be used in the citation where applicable. Abbreviate commonly abbreviated terms (e.g. Department as Dept. - refer to MLA Handbook pp. 96-97) to avoid overlong citations. When you have a resource where the author is also the publisher, the reference in the list of works cited will omit the author and begin with the title and the organisation listed as the publisher. For this type of reference, the in-text citation will contain a shortened version of the title (refer to MLA Handbook p. 70 for more on shortened titles).
According to the Annual Report 2015-2016 over 20% of Queensland children aged 0-8 years live in rural and remote areas (21).
Over 20% of Queensland children aged 0-8 years live in rural and remove areas (Annual Report 21).
If a work is published where the author's name is unknown, skip the author and use the title or shortened title in your in-text citation.
The poem begins, "'The boneless tongue, so small and weak, / Can crush and kill,' declared the Greek" ("A-Propos" 94) ...
Add the first initial (or the full name if necessary) to differentiate authors with the same last name.
Include a short form of the sources title to differentiate the works you are referring to.
(Green, Turtles 16)