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Daly, Brenda. "Sexual Politics in Two Collections of Joyce Carol Oates Short Fiction." Studies in Short Fiction 32.1 (1995): n.pag. Literature Resources from Gale . Web. 2 July 2009.

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In-text citation: "The misogyny in these stories is as appalling as it is commonplace" (Daly). OR According to Daly, "the misogyny in these stories is as appalling as it is commonplace."

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Sullivan, Walter. "The Artificial Demon: Joyce Carol Oates on the Dimension of the Real." Hollins Critic 9.4 (1972): 1. Literature Resources from Gale . Web. 28 July 2009.

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In-text citation: ..."the middle ground is a no man's land into which her characters venture only occasionaly" (Sullivan 1). OR Sullivan states "the middle ground is a no man's land into which her characters venture only occasionly" (1).

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Reference Source, Biography, No Author

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"Joyce Carol Oates." Contemporary Authors . 1999. Literature Resources from Gale . Web. 20 July 2009.

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Urbanski, Marie M.O. "Existential Allergory: Joyce Carol Oates 'Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?'" Contemporary Literary Criticism Select . 1999. Literature Resources from Gale . Web. 20 July 2009.

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Chapter From a Book, Book is Part of a Series (MLA7: page 170, 5.5.14)

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Waldeland, Lynne. "A Darker View: The Brigadier and the Golf Widow." John Cheever. New York: G.K. Hall. Twayne's United States Author Series Online. 1999. Literature Resources from Gale . Web. Book Series

20 July 2009. Date of Access

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Copyright @ 2003 Valencia Community College Last revised 20 July 2009 pdf 20 July 2009 MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th edition Judi DeLisle, jdelisle@valenciacc.edu

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