5. 7. 11 [CITING ADDITIONAL COMMON SOURCES]
A Lecture, a Speech, an Address, or a Reading (MLA 203)
In citing an oral presentation, give the speaker's name;
the title of the presentation (if known), in quotation marks;
the meeting and the sponsoring organization (if applicable);
the location; and the date.
If there is no title, use an appropriate descriptive label
(Address, Lecture, Keynote Speech, Reading), neither
underlined, italisized nor enclosed in quotation marks.
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