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Good Backpacks For High School? I really really like the herschel heritage backpack: It’s made out of a really good material that seems like it would last and all the reviews are good, but it isn’t big enough for me. I tested out one of the bags in a store and it wasn’t big enough for at least 4 1.5″ binders. Anybody know of a cute durable backpack brand besides jansport and the north face? Thanks!

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I Need Help With MLA Citatons? I really need help with writing citations for the following examples. If somebody could please read them over and correct any of my mistakes, I would really appreciate it. The beginning of each question is the description of each thing that needs to be cited, and below are the citations that I wrote

1. In 2001 the publisher Houghton Mifflin in Boston released an anthology called Literary Criticism Today that contained a collection of essays by many authors. The book was edited by Mary Peters. One of the essays in the book is called “Ellison and the Surreal” written by Mark Greene. You used this essay for your paper. The pages your essay appeared on were 105-112 (Selection of an anthology)

Greene, Mark. “Ellison and the Surreal.” Literary Criticism Today. Ed. Mary Peters. Boston. Houghton Mifflin, 2001. 105-112. Print.

2. The author is Amy Richman. On October 25, 2002 the Seattle Times published her article “Tim O’Brien Charms Local Crowd” on page G8. You got the article on May 3, 2009 through the online database Proquest. (Magazine and database)

Richman, Amy. “Tim O’Brien Charms Local Crowd.” Seattle Times, 25 Oct. 2002: G8. Proquest. Web. 3 May, 2009.

3. The author is unknown. The website is Poetry Today, which is sponsored by the National Poetry Foundation. The page you’re using has no clear title, though the top of the page contains the sentence, “Faulkner Still Inspires Writers.” The website was last updated on February 5, 1996 and you accessed it on November 2, 2010 (Website)

Poetry Today. National Poetry Foundation, 5 Feb. 1996. Web. 2 Nov. 2010.

4. The author is John Smith. His peer reviewed critical essay “Class Dynamics in Faulkner’s ‘A Rose for Emily'” appeared in the third issue of the 42nd volume of the academic journal American Fiction Studies, which was published in 2006. The article was on pages 35-52. You retrieved it on April 10, 2010 through the online database The Literature Resource Center (Journal article and database)

Smith, John. “Class Dynamics in Faulkner’s ‘A Rose for Emily.” American Fiction Studies 42.3 (2006): 35-52. The Literature Resource Center. Web. 10 Apr. 2010.

5. Arlene Kaufman wrote and directed a documentary entitles, “Witchcraft in Nathaniel Hawthorne” which aired on public television in 1999. You didn’t see it then, but you saw it on the DVD version, which was released by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting in 2001 (Special feature on a DVD)

“Witchcraft in Nathaniel Hawthorne.” Prod. Arlene Kaufman. Corporation for Public Broadcasting, 2001. DVD.

6. American literature scholar, Mark Heinle was interviewed on National Public Radio’s daily show “All Things Considered” which is hosted by Steve Inskeep. The interview was broadcasted yesterday and you heard it while stuck in traffic at 3:30 pm on the station KPLU (88.5 on your FM dial) (Interview on the radio)

Mark Heinle. Interviewed by Steve Inskeep. All Things Considered. National Public Radio. KPLU, 3 Dec. 2013. Television.

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