How do you in text cite a translation in MLA?

How do you in text cite a translation in MLA?

MLA Citation Style, 8th Edition: Author and Translator Title. Translated by Translator Name, Publisher, Year. WC: Homer.

What is the value of citations?

Citation figures have traditionally been an indicator of the influence of a researcher’s work on their peers, but these numbers can be artificially inflated. The research community has for some time questioned the value of citations as a valid impact measure, and yet they remain a significant tool.

How do you abbreviate translation?

(plural transll.) Abbreviation of translation.

What is the most cited paper ever?

Most-cited papers The most-cited paper of all time is a paper by Oliver Lowry describing an assay to measure the concentration of proteins. By 2014 it had accumulated more than 305,000 citations. The 10 most cited papers all had more than 40,000 citations.

How do you cite a translated text?

Formula for citing a translated source in MLA:

  1. Translator Last Name, Translator first Name, translator. Book Title.
  2. Clarke, Alan R, translator. The Alchemist.
  3. Author Last Name, First Initial. (Year Published).
  4. Coelho, P. (1993).
  5. Author Last Name, First Initial., Year. Title of book.
  6. Coelho, P., 1993. The alchemist.

How do I find the most cited paper?

Go to the library’s Web of Science database. This database holds over a billion citations, and also has a search feature where you can sort by how many times an article is cited. This takes you to an alphabetized list of all the library’s subscription databases.

How do you indicate a translation?

Luckily, the solution is quite simple: If you translated a passage from one language into another it is considered a paraphrase, not a direct quotation. Thus, to cite your translated material, all you need to do is include the author and date of the material in the in-text citation.