How to format the first page of MLA paper

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MLA Formatting Style MLA (Modern Language Association) style, which is used to write papers and cite source...
MLA Formatting Style MLA (Modern Language Association) style, which is used to write papers and cite sources within the liberal arts and humanities. First page 1. In MLA, there has to be a writer’s surname and a page number in the right upper corner of each page. This header has to be flush right. 2. There is no title page in MLA. The paper begins with a section on the left which contains information about the student’s name, the professor’s name, the course number, and the date of the paper. Do not violate this order! 3. This section should be flush left, double-spaced. 4. Begin the title of the paper from the next line. 5. It has to be centered, not underlined, not italicized, not placed in quotation marks (unless you refer to other works in your title such as books, articles, films etc.). 6. The Title Case has to be used for the title.
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