Note: An anthology is a published collection of poems, short stories, plays, compiled within a volume(s). This would include stories, poems, and plays found within a textbook.
Author Last Name, First. "Title of Essay." Title of Collection, edited by
Editor's Name(s), vol. #, Publisher, Year, Pages (range).
Faulkner, William. "A Rose for Emily." The Norton Field Guide to Writing with
Readings, edited by Richard Bullock and Maureen Daly Goggin, W. W. Norton,
2016, pp. 803-12.
Stabb, Martin. "The Cannonical Texts." Short Story Criticism, edited by Jennie
Cromie, vol. 41, Gale, 2001, pp. 37-68.
"Political Structures." Victorian Literature : An Anthology, edited by Victor
Shea, and William Whitla, John Wiley & Sons, 2014, p.12.
Note: This anthology does not have an author, therefore, it will start with the title of Source.
* Includes literary criticism.
Author's Last Name, First. "Title of Essay or Article." Title of Book, Anthology,
or Collection, edited by Editor's Name, Vol. or Ed., Publisher, Year.
Database, DOI or URL.
Stabb, Martin. "The Canonical Texts." Short Story Criticism, edited by
Jenny Cromie, vol. 41, Gale, 2001. Literature Resource Center,