When citing sources in MLA Style, always list these elements in the following order and style (you may not need them all):
Author. "Title of source." Title of container, Other contributors, Version, Number, Publisher, Publication date, Location.
TEACHERS: MLA no longer requires place of publication. Punctuation between elements has been simplified to commas and periods only.
(Hint: In MLA style, the "author" may be an editor, translator, or an institution.)
Author's last name, rest of name.
When the "author" is an editor:
Use italics for books:
Use quotation marks for articles, songs, and individual webpages:
Use italics for containers (the larger work that your source is located in).