The 9th edition of the MLA Handbook has a general set of guidelines to follow as you document your sources within the Works Cited page, and throughout the text.
The MLA core elements recommend that Works Cited citations include these specific pieces of information:
2. Title of Source.
3. Title of Container,
4. Other Contributors,
8. Publication date,
*It is possible elements 3-9 may be repeated if your source appeared in a database or in other platform.
Putting it all together:
Last Name, First Name. Title of Book in italics, Publisher, year of publication.
Rees, Celia. Miss Graham's Cold War Cookbook. HarperCollins, 2020.
*For more specific examples of a variety of sources, click the tabs along the left.