Look up the information for as many of these sources aspossible and write the works cited entry for each one. (you may make up dates and editions where necessary for the purposes of this exercise.)1. mark twain’s the mysterious stranger2. a dictionary entry for the word castigation from merriam-webster (any edition)3. an article in cosmopolitan magazine by jennifer grant called “all you need to know”4. an encyclopedia entry for the name “geraldine ferraro” from world book encyclopedia5. a website article titled “welcome to oz” with no listed author or publisher and no corporate affiliation
There are several ways to format a works cited entry, one of them is the MLA (Modern Language Association) guidelines, which is commonly preffered when writing about arts and humanities. You can also follow the APA (American Psychological Association) style, which is used mostly when writing about social sciences. Any style can be used, but it is important to be consistent whith one of them.
The following examples follow MLA guidelines:
Grant, Jennifer. "All You Need to Know." Cosmopolitan, Mar. 2000, 71-75.
"Geraldine Ferraro." World Book Encyclopedia, 2018.
"Welcome to Oz." June 13, 2008, www.institutionalinvestor.com/article/b150q7937x9f66/welcome-to-oz.
1. Twain, Mark. Mysterious Stranger. Cambridge: Cambridge Editions, 2000.
2. "Castigation." Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary. 11th ed. 2003.
3. Grant, Jennifer. "All You Need to Know." Cosmopolitan 21 Dec. 2004, national ed.: A21.
4. "Ferraro Geraldine." World Book Encyclopedia. 15th ed. 2001.13:135-90.
5. "Welcome to Oz." 30 Jan. 2005. 23 Apr. 2006 <http://www. welcometooz.com/ozclub.html>.