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Proper Citation for the "Works Cited" section of your OMAM paper!

Here's the correct citation for the texts you may use for the Of Mice and Men paper:
1.  the Aristotle text:
 
Aristotle. Excerpt from Book VIII of  "Nicomachean Ethics". MIT. 9/30/09 <http://classics.mit.edu/Aristotle/nicomachaen.8.viii.html>.  Internet.
 
when citing the copy of the Aristotle text that I gave to you, please refer to the LINE number in the parenthetical notation...
 
2.  the book, Of Mice and Men:
Steinbeck, John. Of Mice and Men. New York: Penguin, 1993.
 
3.  the poem, "To a Mouse"
Burns, Robert.  "To a Mouse"  in The Norton Anthology of English LIterature Volume 2.  ed Stephen Greenblatt et al.  London: W.W. Norton & Co.; 8th edition, 2006. 

"The best laid plans o' Mice and Men / gang aft agley..." --Robert Burns