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The following are examples of how you can cite from PinkMonkey.com

  • Begin your citation with the author's name (last name, first name) if known. Followed by the copyright date or web publication date (in parentheses ( ) for APA).
    You may use the year only, if the entire date is not provided.
    If no author is given, Just list the date and skip to step 2.
  • List the title of the document either underlined, in italics or in quotations.
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  • List the date you viewed the document in month date year format.
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Example Bibliography Citations

If you viewed the MonkeyNotes for Macbeth on August 1, 2004, you would cite:

MLA Style

Sauder, Diane. "PinkMonkey.com MonkeyNotes for Macbeth by William Shakespeare." PinkMonkey.com. 1997.
     1 August 2004 <http://www.pinkmonkey.com/booknotes/monkeynotes/pmMacbeth01.asp>

APA Style

Sauder, Diane (1997), "PinkMonkey.com MonkeyNotes for Macbeth by William Shakespeare", PinkMonkey.com
     Retrieved August 1, 2004 from the World Wide Web:
     http://www.pinkmonkey.com/booknotes/monkeynotes/pmMacbeth01.asp

  • Remember to indent the second line and all following lines in your citation.
  • Note: These are just examples. Your project may require a specific format that differs from the examples listed here. Please confirm the required format with your teacher before relying on these general examples. Your teacher may specify a unique format.


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