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Always give full bibliographical information of the sources that you have cited. This section of your paper should begin in a new page. The title Works Cited(or Obras citadas) should be centered, 11pts and bold. Then leave a 10pts space and begin your list in the following line. Your bibliography list should be 10pts, single-spaced and flushed left. Always use French indentation of your sources by 0,5 cms.

Sources usually fall within different categories: books; chapters in books, or papers in conference proceedings; and articles in a journal. However, other categories can be found too. Below you can find some examples of the aforementioned different types. Follow them strictly.

Works Cited

Allen-Randolph, Jody (1993). “An Interview with Eavan Boland.” PN Review20.1: 52-57.

Allen-Randolph, Jody (2008). Eavan Boland: A Critical Companion. New York: W.W. Norton.

Aristotle (2007). Poetics. Trans. S. H. Butcher. The Internet Classics Archive. Web Atomic and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 13 Sept. 2007. URL: http://classics.mit.edu/Aristotle/poetics.html. Last access: 4 Feb 2013.

Avison, Margaret (1991). Selected Poems. Toronto: Oxford UP.

Laguna Mariscal, Gabriel (2013). “El vegetarianismo de Plutarco y su proyección en la cultura moderna: la canción ‘Sarcofagia’ de Franco Battiato.” In Germán Santana Henríquez (ed.). Plutarco y las Artes: XI Simposio Internacional de la Sociedad Española de Plutarquistas. Madrid: Ediciones Clásicas, 411-420.

Moore, Jennifer (2012). “‘Something that stutters sincerely’: Contemporary poetry and the aesthetics of failure.” Jacket2 2: n. pag. URL: http://jacket2.org/article/something-stutters-sincerely. Last access: 10 Feb 2013.

Traver Vera, Jacinto (2014). “Templa serena against Acherusia templa: Materialistic Explanation of Ghosts in Lucretius.” Littera aperta 2: 25-46. URL: http://www.uco.es/litteraaperta/index.php/litteraaperta/article/download/15/pdf. Last access: 10 December 2015.

Vonnegut, Kurt (1969). Slaughterhouse-Five. New York: Delacorte Press.