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MLA Style Guide: Email communication

This guide covers how in-text citations and references should be formatted in the MLA Style, 9th Edition.

Email communication

Reference: Sender Last name, First name. "Subject Title of Email." Message to Recipient First Name Last Name, Day Month Year. 

Example: Scott, Graham. "Re: Information Literacy." Message to Aisling Quinn, 14 Feb. 2005.

•    (Sender Last name)

•    Recent figures provided suggest that … (Scott).
•    In an email sent to the author, Graham Scott suggests that the figures….

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