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Before I make a trip down to the local University bookstore, I thought I
would ask if anyone here might know of an on-line source of the MLA
Handbook for Writers of Research Papers (latest edition).
The University that I am currently attending requires all research work
to be submitted in compliance with MLA 79, even post-graduate level
John R. Fulmer, RMCS(SW), RET |
+1 808-623-7856 |
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