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Which of the following is a true statement about an MLA Works Cited page?
A. The Works Cited page requires no special formatting.
B. The Works Cited page should immediately follow the conclusion and be on the same page.
C. The Works Cited page should contain all information you found when completing research.
D. The Works Cited page should be alphabetized by author's name.

My answer is C.

  1. Ms. Sue


  2. anonymous

    I'm sorry, I meant D

  3. Ms. Sue

    Yes, D.

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