Citation Guide: Modern Language Association (MLA)

Citing Sources at the End of Your Document

MLA-style research documents include a reference list titled “Works Cited,” which begins on a new page at the end of the document. If you wish to acknowledge sources that you read but did not cite in your text, you may include them in a second list titled “Works Consulted.” In longer documents, the lists of works cited may be given at the end of each chapter or section. In digital documents that use links, such as a website, the list of works cited is often a separate page to which other pages are linked.

If you wish to acknowledge sources that you read but did not cite in your text, you may include them in a second list titled “Works Consulted.” In longer documents, the lists of works cited may be given at the end of each chapter or section. In digital documents that use links, such as a website, the list of works cited is often a separate page to which other pages are linked.

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