MLA Format (Links to an external site.) 1" margins Use double-spaced text throughout Include a heading (upper left), with your name, your professor's title/name, course prefix/number, and the date Include a title (centered, same size and style font as the rest of the document) Insert a running header Include an MLA-style Works Cited (Links to an external site.) Use MLA In-Text Citations (Links to an external site.) for any quotations Your response should be approximately 350-650 words. For your response: In your own words, briefly summarize the reading's main claim(s). Identify what you consider to be a particularly significant passage from the reading, and briefly, explain its significance. Explain the applicability of the reading's core concepts to course themes/questions (e.g., apply the concept to primary reading texts and/or synthesize with other secondary scholarship [I.E. Rosemary's Baby, The Exorcist (1973), The discussion of what defines horror and terror). Write at least two discussion questions about any aspect of the reading. You do not need to include a formal introduction or conclusion; simply address the four elements listed above in paragraph form. Ideally, your response will serve to guide you in discussion. Use these responses to demonstrate your grasp of the source; do not argue with the source.