Follow your course instructor's guidelines for documenting sources. If your
instructor hasn't told you which system to use to document sources,
Keep in mind that when you are writing a paper about the same
text and quoting from the same edition that everyone else in the
class is, instructors will often allow you to use informal documentation.
In this case just include the page number in parentheses after
the quotation or reference to the text. To be sure, though, you
should ask your course instructor.
The documentation style used in this pages is that presented
in the 1995 MLA Handbook, but other style systems are commonly
used. The Writing Center has information about the rules of documentation
in general and about a number of the most common systems,
such as APA, APSA, CBE,
and Numbered References.