Guidelines for Parenthetical Documentation
* Works by one another Give the author's last name in parentheses at the end of a sentence or quote, followed by the page numbers (Jones 58-60). If you mention the author's name in the sentence preceeding the quote, you need only provide the page number of the work (58-60).
* Works by more than one author List all the last names in parentheses, or give one last name followed by et al. (Smith, Jones, and Wilcox 87) or (Smith et al. 87).
* Works with no author listed When citing an article that does not identify the author, use the title of the work or a shortened version of it ("Civil War Memoirs" 398).
*Two works by the same author If you use more than one work by the same author, give the title, or a shortened version after the author's last name (Jones. War Novels 398).
* Two works cited at the same place If you use more than one source to support a point, use a semicolon to separate the entries (Jones 398: Smith 87).