Here are some examples of In-text citations as well as weaving those pesky quotes so that they become part of your essay:
Here are some examples of various styles of bibliographical citations:
“A Brief History of Northern Ireland 1919-1999.”
Guardian Unlimited Online—Special Report (online)
Adams, Gerry. “Looking to the Future.” CAIN Web Service.
“An Overview of Events
in the History of
Althusser, Louis. “Ideology and the State.” Lenin and Philosophy and Other Essay. Trans. Ben Brewster.
Aristotle. Rhetoric. Trans. George
Bakhtin, Mikhail. “Discourse in the Novel.” The Dialogic Imagination: Four Essays by Mikhail Bakhtin. Trans.
Caryl Emerson and Michael Holquist. Ed. Michael Holquist.
---. “The Problem of Speech Genres.” Speech Genres and Other Late Essays. Trans. Vern W. McGee.
Ed. Caryl Emerson and Michael Holquist.
M. A Night in the Topics: The Reason of Legal Rhetoric and the
Rhetoric of Legal Reason.
Barthes, Roland. Mythologies.
Trans. Annette Lavers.
Bignell, Jonathan. Media Semiotics:
“The Billy Wright Murder.” BBC Online
Bitzer, Lloyd F. and Edwin Black, eds. The Prospect of Rhetoric: Report of the National Development Project.
Boyce, D. George. Nineteenth-Century
Breen, Suzanne. “Still Leader, But His Future
Remains Uncertain.” The Irish Times on the Web
---. “‘Very Bitter Pill’ for Families of Victims.”
The Irish Times on the Web
Brunskill, Joan. “Prehistoric Cave Art Preserved
by Sea.” Rev. of The Cave Beneath the Sea: Paleolithic Images
at Cosquer by Jean Clottes and Jean Courtin and Dawn of Art:
Bryan, Dominic. “Drumcree: An Introduction to
Parade Disputes.” Orange Parades: The Politics of Ritual, Tradition
and Control. CAIN Web Service.
Buckley, Anthony D. and Mary Catherine Kenny.
Negotiating Identity: Rhetoric, Metaphor, and Social Drama
Burke, Kenneth. Attitudes Towards
History. 3rd. ed.