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How to Cite: “ – The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson”

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How to Cite:  " – The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson"

The most important part of citing is the the title: – The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson

The title should always include Ralph Waldo Emerson’s name and the URL  For the Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, he is naturally the Author.  For Commentary pages or pages about Mr. Emerson, you will usually find the author at the bottom or top of the article. Where there is no specific author is shown, the page author is Jim Manley, web designer and originator.  The RWE Advisor is Richard Geldard. The owner of the site is the Ralph Waldo Emerson Institute, Chairman, Jim Manley.

Individual pages are not dated; use the date of last update at the bottom of the main page.

Simply copy and use the following example:

A reference to – The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson [identify work chosen]: 1 – The Complete Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson. (Established: December 8, 1997-XML redesign, February 5, 2005). Description: presents Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Works, in XML – with extensive Search-ability,  Essays, Books, Lectures, Addresses, Commentary, PalmPilot Readable Docs, Poems and Uncollected Prose. New York, NY: Jim Manley [], Web Designer/Author. Retrieved [today’s date], from the World Wide Web: 


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