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English 102: Literature and Composition

Readings and resources for ENG 102.

Welcome

Welcome to the LibGuide for English 102: Literature and Composition! Here you will find links to the readings for your course.You can also access audio recordings and video adaptations of certain materials.

*Note for Citation*

When citing the readings from this LibGuide, you do not need to cite the LibGuide itself. According to the APA Style Blog, secondary sources should be cited only when the original work is unavailable or out of print. Since the original works are easily accessible, you should cite each reading as an article/eBook/chapter etc. using the permalink associated with it. 

Examples (APA 6th edition)

In your references page, Boyle's short story will look like this:

Boyle, T. C. (2000). The love of my life. Retrieved from http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2000/03/06/the-love-of-my-life

When you are citing Boyle's short story within your paper, you will say which paragraph the quote comes from ex. (Boyle, 2000, para. 2)

 

In your references page, Frost's poem will look like this:

Frost, R. (1916). The road not taken. Retrieved from http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44272/the-road-not-taken

When creating an in-text citation within your paper, make sure to note the line numbers that you are quoting. ex.  (Frost, 18-20) 

 

Examples (APA 7th edition)

In your references page, Boyle's short story will look like this:

Boyle, T. C. (2000). The love of my life. http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2000/03/06/the-love-of-my-life

When you are citing Boyle's short story within your paper, you will say which paragraph the quote comes from ex. (Boyle2000para. 2)

 

In your references page, Frost's poem will look like this:

Frost, R. (1916). The road not taken. http://www.poetryfoundation.org/poems/44272/the-road-not-taken

When creating an in-text citation within your paper, make sure to note the line numbers that you are quoting. ex.  (Frost, 18-20) 

Tips

  • Write your papers in Academic Writer. This program will automatically format your work in APA 7th edition!
  • If you have any questions about citing in APA, please don't hesitate to contact the library in person, through chat, phone call, or e-mail. We are happy to help you!