Q. Do I need a Works Cited page? Yes, you do. All papers must have a Works Cited page, even if you're using your textbook as the source for the works you'll be discussing. The Works Cited page is a list of the references you actually discussed in your paper, not a list of all the sources consulted.
When using MLA style, organize your Works Cited by the last names of the authors (or editors). If a work has no author or editor, alphabetize by the first word of the title other than a, an, or the. Remember. The phrase “Works Cited” is centered at top of the page in regular formatting. Use double-spacing throughout.