The MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 7th ed. (2009), is the authority used by writers in many disciplines in the humanities. Copies are kept at the Reference Desk for in-library use.
Unofficial: CSUF MLA Citation Style (PDF) provides a two-page overview of some of the most common citation needs for both the in-text parenthetical documentation and the reference list.
Official: Frequently Asked Questions about MLA Style. The print MLA Handbook is the only authoritative source of citation rules. Copies are kept at the Reference Desk for in-library use.
Citing references properly using MLA is always a challenge. But have no fear! The kind folks at Purdue's Online Writing Lab (OWL) have created an excellent MLA guide. The OWL can answer almost any MLA question. A direct link to the OWL's guide on MLA citation may be found by clicking here.
Another resource for MLA citation style is Diana Hacker Research and Documentation. (Please refer to the "Humanities" section for MLA.)