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For MLA in-text citations, do you have to cite an internet source for every quote?





I'm writing a paper about the Roswell Incident, and it's my first college research paper... My professor didn't give us any info on MLA style citations, so I looked it up online. I couldn't seem to find what I was looking for... My question is, do you have to include a parenthesized citation i.e. (answers.yahoo.com) for every quote taken from that source? Here's an example from my essay:"The cover-up did not begin to unravel until the mid-1970s, when two individuals who had been in New Mexico in 1947 separately talked with investigator Stanton T. Friedman about what they had observed."(howstuffworks.com)Now if I wanted to add another quote from howstuffworks.com to my paper, would I need to cite (howstuffworks.com) after each quote?



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  1. Araujia says:

    Yes.Google “Citing MLA”