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To cite multiple works by the same author in your writing, include a shortened title of the work you are referring to. Book titles in italics and short titles of articles in quotation marks.
Author named in sentence:
Johnson states that "the means justify the ends" (Endgames 22), yet in later years he reversed his position substantially (Imagine 87).
Author not named in sentence:
Visual literacy is still "vague and ill-defined" by educational boards and policymakers (Ellis, "Visual Literacy" 12).