MLA Made Easy was written specifically for the 9th edition of the MLA Handbook, and concisely covers:
Finding appropriate sources using online resources, databases, books, and journal articles.
Writing your paper from opening paragraph to conclusion.
Correctly using in-text citation for all of your sources, from books to blogs.
Citing written works such as research journals, comic books, magazines, dictionaries, plays, poems, anthologies, Supreme Court cases, and so much more
Citing audiovisual media such as YouTube, TED talks, TV shows, performances, and podcasts.
Citing social media such as Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Tumblr
Citing websites with one author, multiple authors, and no authors
The book also includes TWO annotated "A" student papers
The first examines female identity in Shakespeare's Macbeth
The second is an analysis of Sherman Alexie's poem Victory
Both incorporate 14 sources from a wide variety of academic works
You've found the right (or "write") resource to learn 9th edition MLA style
Mark Hatala has been teaching writing at the college level for over 25 years