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1 Add endnotes, if any, in their own section preceding references. (Note: If you delete this sample endnote, don’t forget to delete its in-text reference above.)
[Check with your instructor about the preferred format for the works cited.]
AuthorLastName, FirstName. Title of the Book Being Referenced. City Name: Name of Publisher, Year. Type of Medium (e.g., Print).
LastName, First, Middle. “Article Title.” Journal Title (Year): Pages From - To. Print.