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The recent MLA guidelines for citing electronic materials repeatedly use the
word "ANALOGUE" .  Do you know the precise definition of the word and where
it came from?  A teacher has asked me to help decipher the material for
students and I am not sure exactly what is meant by that word.  It is used in
the following manner, "Thus when a printed source or analogue has served as
the basis of an electronic text, the works-cited listing (1) begins with the
traditional bibliographic data...."

I am the library media specialist at a public high school in Clinton, CT.  My
e-mail address is:  Morgansch@aol.com

E. Carmelich

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