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MLA (Modern Language Association)

MLA citation style was prepared by Modern Language Association in 1951.This style is most commonly used in humanities, especially linguistics and literature. Citation rules of MLA style are presented in “MLA handbook for writers of research papers“ and “MLA style manual and guide to scholarly publishing“, which are updated every few years. The latest version of MLA citation style is called “MLA 8th edition“, based on “MLA handbook“ 8th edition (2016).

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Examples

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K. Donelaičio St. 52, 2 floor, Kaunas
V. Putvinskio St. 23, I floor, Kaunas
S. Daukanto St. 25, I floor, Kaunas
Jonavos St. 66–106, Kaunas
V. Čepinskio St. 5–429, Kaunas
Studentų St. 11–235, Akademija, Kauno r.
Universiteto St. 10–200, Akademija, Kauno r.
T. Ševčenkos St. 31, Vilnius