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When you write your own paper, be sure to cite information you obtain from our papers by properly referencing us. Please follow the models below when citing our papers in your own work. If you're not sure which style of documentation is right for you, check with your instructor.

How to cite works by "The Paper Experts" as a reference source in your essays:

MLA Style

Works cited list entry:
"Life and Poetry of Robert Frost, The." Toronto: The Paper Experts, 2000.

In-text citation:
The son of a San Francisco journalist, Robert Frost ultimately came to love New Hampshire. Some of his most popular poems, "The Road Not Taken" an "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," reflect his fascination with the New England countryside ("Life and Poetry" 10).

APA Style

Reference list entry:
Life and poetry of Robert Frost, The. (2000). Toronto: The Paper Experts.

In-text citation:
The son of a San Francisco journalist, Robert Frost ultimately came to love New Hampshire. Some of his most popular poems, "The Road Not Taken" and "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," reflect his fascination with the New England countryside ("Life and Poetry," 2000, p.10).

Chicago/Turabian Footnote Style

Bibliography entry:
"Life and Poetry of Robert Frost, The." Toronto: The Paper Experts, 2000.

Footnote citation:
The son of a San Francisco journalist, Robert Frost ultimately came to love New Hampshire. Some of his most popular poems, "The Road Not Taken" and "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," reflect his fascination with the New England countryside.1

1. "The Life and Poetry of Robert Frost" (Toronto: The Paper Experts, 2000): 10.

Chicago/Turabian Author-Date Style

Reference list entry:
Life and poetry of Robert Frost, The. 2000. The Paper Experts: Toronto.

In-text citation:
The son of a San Francisco journalist, Robert Frost ultimately came to love New Hampshire. Some of his most popular poems, "The Road Not Taken" and "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," reflect his fascination with the New England countryside (Life and Poetry 2000, 10).

Harvard Style

Reference list entry:
"Life and Poetry of Robert Frost". 2000, Toronto, The Paper Experts.

In-text citation:
The son of a San Francisco journalist, Robert Frost ultimately came to love New Hampshire. Some of his most popular poems, "The Road Not Taken" and "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," reflect his fascination with the New England countryside ("Life and Poetry" 1991, p.10).

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