- 1 Who wrote the Norton Anthology of American Literature?
- 2 How do I cite the Norton Anthology of American Literature 9th edition?
- 3 Who published The Norton Anthology of World Literature?
- 4 When was the Norton Anthology of American Literature published?
- 5 How do I cite the Norton Anthology of World Literature?
- 6 How do you cite an anthology?
- 7 How do you cite a library book?
- 8 What do you know about world literature?
Who wrote the Norton Anthology of American Literature?
Author: Levine, Robert S.
How do I cite the Norton Anthology of American Literature 9th edition?
“Title of Poem.” The Norton Anthology of American Literature, edited by Robert S. Levine, 9th ed., W. W. Norton, 2016, page range of poem. Format: Author(s). “Title of Article.” Title of Journal, vol.
Who published The Norton Anthology of World Literature?
The new volumes, with heavyweight covers and silky thin pages, are part of a big family of such anthologies conceived by W.W. Norton & Company Inc. in the last six decades. That includes another classic, “The Norton Anthology of English Literature,” first published 50 years ago and now in its ninth edition.
When was the Norton Anthology of American Literature published?
How do I cite the Norton Anthology of World Literature?
Citing the Norton Anthology WORKS CITED: Author’s last name, first name. IN TEXT: Use parenthetical citations AFTER the quote! AVOID SAYING PAGE/LINE NUMBERS IN SENTENCE ITSELF: In Chapter 1, Arjuna says, “O Krishna, what good is kingship?/What good even life and pleasure?”
How do you cite an anthology?
To cite the entire anthology or collection, list by editor(s) followed by a comma and “editor” or, for multiple editors, “editors.” This sort of entry is somewhat rare. If you are citing a particular piece within an anthology or collection (more common), see A Work in an Anthology, Reference, or Collection below.
How do you cite a library book?
Important Elements: Author (last name, initials only for first & middle names) Publication date. Title (in italics; capitalize only the first word of title and subtitle, and proper nouns) Publisher (Note: do not include publisher location) For books retrieved online, include DOI, if available.
What do you know about world literature?
World literature is used to refer to the total of the world’s national literature and the circulation of works into the wider world beyond their country of origin. Many scholars assert that what makes a work considered world literature is its circulation beyond its country of origin.