Both sections due, printed out, in class Monday, Sept. 24
As with Assignment 1, each numbered question will give you the raw material information you need to construct a single, well-formatted Works Cited bibliographic entry. Do not alphabetize the entries against each other, but do be sure to follow all rules for indents, formatting, capitalization in titles, punctuation, specified media etc. Don’t reprint the question information, just the answers are needed. Refer to the MLA Handbook for guidance and examples of entries that best match the kind of entries you encounter in each question.
Need 6 of 10 correct to pass
McGann, Jerome. Radiant Textuality: Literature after the World Wide Web. New York: Palgrave, 2001. Print.
New, Melvyn. "The Dunce Revisited: Colley Cibber and Tristram Shandy." South Atlantic Quarterly 72 (1973): 547-59. Print.
Bond, Donald F. Introduction. The Spectator. By Joseph Addison et al. Ed. Bond. Vol. 1. Oxford: Clarendon, 1965. xii-cix. Print. 5 vols.
Corbett, Scott. "Too Late I Read." Atlantic Sept. 1952: 82-84. Print.
McKible, Adam. "Lothrop Stoddard and Racial Pseudoscience in the 1920s." City U of New York Graduate Center, New York. 4 Nov. 2005. Lecture.
Churchill, Charles. The Rocsicad. 8th ed. Dublin: Exshaw, Bradley, Saunders, and Potts, 1764. Eighteenth Century Collections Online. Web. 17 Sept. 2012.
"Punctum." Oxford Dictionaries Online. Oxford UP, n.d. Web. 17 Sept. 2012.
Thompson, Clive. "The Age of Microcelebrity: Why Everyone's a Little Brad Pitt." Wired 27 Nov. 2007: n. pag. Web. 17 Sept. 2012.
Jagger, Mick, and Keith Richards. "Yesterday's Papers." Perf. Rolling Stones. Rec. 1967. Between the Buttons. Abkco, 1990. CD.
Murphy, Richard. “The Ethics of Debating Both Sides.” Speech Teacher 6.1 ( 1957 ): 1 – 9 . Print.