As mentioned in the section on parenthetical
references above, references in the text of a paper must work
in conjunction with an appended list of sources.
Documentation styles have different names for these lists; the
MLA calls it "Works Cited," while the APA designates it
Each documentation style establishes strict rules for the construction
and formatting of the list of sources. In fact, a large proportion
of the manual for each style is devoted to these rules and examples
The Writing Center Documentation
style pages provide the basic rules for each style, with examples
you can follow.