The following two essays, are among the winners of the 2019 MLA Student Paper Contest, and provide excellent models for organizing an argument and working with sources. They also demonstrate MLA documentation style and paper formatting. Visit the site at https://style.mla.org/sample-papers/ for more information and the other winning papers.
These editable templates are a great tool for getting started, but they are not always perfect and may be slightly out of date, so use your critical thinking skills to double check for correctness before submitting.
These templates, created by Noodletools, prompt the student for exactly what information is required for the particular source they are using. To view the original page click here.