Uses a slightly modified version of the mla13 style in order to minimize effort on the user's part and remove noise from the LaTeX document while being consistent.
This extended template include a title page, a table of contents, an abstract page (After table of contents), and a works cited page which is updated based on a bibliography.
This style should be suited for anyone who needs to use MLA styling on a research paper or a similar assignment.
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