Well, another citation question :) Please answer if you have a good idea of the answer since it's for a school research paper that is worth 3 test grades!
I want to use an essay called "<i>To Kill a Mockingbird:</i> A Primer on Teaching Moral Values" by Lacy Daigle and I was going to put it on the works cited list.
At the bottom of the essay, it says that it was reprinted from "Communication in <i>To Kill a Mockingbird</i>" (1996), published online at www.vanderbilt.edu/AnS/english/English104w-15/lacy-paper-tokill.htm
, by permission of author.
That above was almost verbatim from the book I'm using -- Readings on To Kill a Mockingbird Literary Companion Series -- no one get on my case about plagiarism lol =_=
Anyhow, I have two questions, one more harder than the last. In my works cited list, should I keep "Communication in <i>To Kill a Mockingbird</i>" in quotes, or should I italicize it like it shows in my student handbook? I'm confused because my gut feeling tells me to use quotes, but I can't be sure since it might be the title of the webpage.
So I go and view the webpage...problem is, it's a 404 not found. (OMG! It's not there anymore was my reaction)!
What should I do in this case? Should I still include the website even though it's not there anymore? Should I italicize or use quotes? Someone help please -- me being the procrastinator I am, decided to wait until the last moment, and this works cited list is due tomorrow!
Thanks a lot!
I'm assigning a lot of points not only because I have a lot of points to spare, but because it's extremely urgent and I don't think it's a particularly easy question!