Works Cited instructions for Little Red Riding Hood essay:
In your Works Cited page, you must list all versions of the story that you have analyzed. If you have used any outside sources, you must list those too. The entries should be alphabetized by author. If there is no author, then alphabetize the entry by title (do not count “a” or “the” when alphabetizing).
For a story or poem on the web, your entry will start with the author (if available) and title. Then it will give all the relevant information on the website where the text is posted. In this case, that includes the person who produced the website, a description such as “home page,” the sponsoring institution (if available), and the date the website was last updated (if available). Then you write the medium, which is “Web.” Last, you write the date you accessed the site, in the following format: 12 Sept. 2012.
For a TV episode, your entry starts with the episode title, then lists the series title, the director of the episode, 1-2 major performers, the TV station, and the date. Last, you write the medium, which is “Television.”
Here is a sample Works Cited page for an essay citing all 4 versions of the story. (You do not need to include all 4; you should only be using 2 stories.) The Works Cited should start at the top of a new page.
Dahl, Roald. “Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf.” Revolting Rhymes. Bloemlezing, Anne-Maries. Home page. 17 Nov. 1997. Web. Your access date.
Perrault, Charles. “Little Red Riding Hood.” Harris, Katherine D. Academic home page, San Jose State University. Web. Your access date.
“Red-handed.” Once Upon a Time. Dir. Ron Underwood. Perf. Lana Parrilla, Ginnifer Goodwin. ABC, 11 Mar. 2012. Television.
“The Story of Grandmother.” Harris, Katherine D. Academic home page, San Jose State University. Web. Your access date.