How would I cite JK Rowling's exclusive content on Pottermore? It's for a research paper.?
- DavidLv 56 years agoFavorite Answer
Rowling, J.K. "page title,(e.g. "Wand Woods")." Pottermore. Sony, 2014. Web. 29 Jan.
-----2014. <http://www.pottermore.com/ >.
[Author name. "Article title." Website name. Site publisher, publish date. Web (since it's a website). Date of access in dd/mm/yy form. <URL>] Also, don't include those dashes next to 2014; those are just included to show the indent there. I also added the space after the the URL for the sake of Yahoo Answers, although you shouldn't
Rowling, J.K. (2014). Insert article title here. Retrieved January 29, 2014, from
-----Pottermore website: http://www.pottermore.com
[Author name. (Date of publication). Article title. Retrieved (Date of access in mm/dd/yy form), from (website name) website: URL] Again, the dashes represent the indent.
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