Generally, students writing papers for English courses will document their sources in MLA style. MLA stands for "Modern Language Association."
If your professor asks you to use a different citation style, ask a librarian for help finding the correct style guide. You can also find information for APA and Chicago documentation styles here.
MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers
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