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Directory macros/plain/contrib/mlawriter

* How to use?

\input mlawriter

\name {<First name>} <Last name>
\teacher <Professor>
\course <Course>
\date <Date>

And start writing the body.

After finished, here is how to format citations:

\citepage{<Title, could be Work Cited or Works Cited>}
Cite 1

Cite 2, separated as paragraphs

And you are good to go. Remember that the list needs to be alphabetical

When you finished, you might want to to pair up with \mla

% Maybe additional materials.

* Additional macros

\today  Gives today's date.

\endquote  Quoting paragraphs

\url{https://...} Typesetting URLs as required by MLA style.

* Updates

1.0.1: Initial version on CTAN.

1.1.0: \mla now needs to be paired with \endmla. Added \url macro.
Change font to be utmr8t. Minor documentation editing.

* Copying

Written in 2023-07-05 by LdBeth <ldbeth@sdf.org>

To the extent possible under law, the author have dedicated all
copyright and related and neighboring rights to this software to the
public domain worldwide. This software is distributed without any

You should have received a copy of the CC0 Public Domain Dedication
along with this software. If not, see

MLA stands for Modern Language Association.

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (41.9k).

mlawriter – Write MLA style documents in Plain

With this Plain extension, papers can be written in MLA style. These appear as if they were written in MS Word.

Version1.1.0 2023-07-05
LicensesCC0 1.0
Copyright2023 Qifan Wang
MaintainerQifan Wang
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