Another aspect to consider when writing about literature is getting your quotations correct. When incorporating quotations from poems into your writing, you must keep the lines exactly as the poet has set them down. Remember, this is what a quotation is: an exact reproduction of the original writing.
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I have finished evaluating the forums for both of my World Lit sections, and I must say I disappointed. Once again (am I sounding like a broken record, yet?) I’d like to remind you that you cannot receive full credit for a forum unless you post more than once.
Plagiarism is the theft of another’s intellectual property and the attempt to pass it off as original. The punishment will be class failure and potentially result in more serious academic penalties.
Your work represents you. Therefore, I expect everything you turn into me to exemplify the very best of your professional self. Work should be proofread, rhetorically appropriate, and illustrate your very best writing.
I added several help links to MLA Documentation Style to Bedford/St. Martin’s excellent
MLA Documentation Style, or simply MLA style, is used in the humanities when researchers need to give credit to any source — a book, web page, article, CD-ROM, lecture — outside of their own experience.