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Documenting Personal Letters using MLA
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'''Documenting Personal Letters using MLA'''
  
 
If one of your sources is a personal letter written to you, begin your bibliography entry with the writer's name and add the phrase, "Letter to the author," followed by the date.
 
If one of your sources is a personal letter written to you, begin your bibliography entry with the writer's name and add the phrase, "Letter to the author," followed by the date.

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Documenting Personal Letters using MLA

If one of your sources is a personal letter written to you, begin your bibliography entry with the writer's name and add the phrase, "Letter to the author," followed by the date.

Ridgeway, Daniel. Letter to author. 6 May 2001.

Source: Hacker 2003, 367