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Article is under 3000 words (under 1500 if a Tutor Column or review), including Works Cited and endnotes. Endnotes may have to be counted separately, depending on your word processor. Do not send file as PDF.
Article, Tutor Column, and review contain a complete "Works Cited" page, now in 2016 8th edition of the MLA Handbook.
Any notes are formatted as endnotes, in arabic numerals, rather than footnotes and placed before the Works Cited.
All personal/identity information has been removed from the manuscript and running head, but remain on the title page.
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