MLA format is typically used in English, language and literature, and Foreign Language classes.
Always double-check your professor's requirements for your assignment as they could differ from the standard MLA format requirements.
MLA Paper Format:
See the example below:
View a full MLA Sample Paper from Liberty University's Online Writing Center.
This information is taken from MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers, 8th Ed. and the MLA Formatting and Style Guide from the OWL at Purdue University.
(no quotation marks, no italics, centered at the top of the page)
What to do when you are missing information:
In the new edition of the MLA Handbook you can simply leave out any missing information and skip that section of the citation.