How do you cite a reprint in MLA?

How do you cite a reprint in MLA?

To cite a source that was reprinted, or republished: List the printing information of the original source. o Author: Last name, First name. o Title of source: In quotation marks. o Title of original publication: In Italics. o Issue and Number, followed by year of publication: 2.2 (1990): o Page numbers: ###.

How do you cite your own knowledge in MLA?

Bottom Line: When citing yourself, in whichever style you are utilizing, cite in-text citations to identify yourself as the author. On your Works Cited Page (MLA) or Reference List (APA), identify yourself as the author using the format for an unpublished paper (or published, if you have published it!)

How many times should you cite the same source in one paragraph?

In paragraphs that contain one overall instance of paraphrased information, “cite the source in the first sentence in which it is relevant and do not repeat the citation in subsequent sentences as long as the source remains clear and unchanged” (American Psychological Association, 2020, p.