Cite with care.
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The "MLA" abbreviation stands for Modern Language Association style the most frequent use of which is found when writing papers in liberal arts and humanities.
Generally MLA is used.
While this isn't really a question, the answer is yes. The page number of the cited text appears in the paranthetical reference. For instance: "It was the best of times" (Dickens 1). The reference appears inside the punctuation, unless the punctuation is part of the quote, say...as in a quoted question, and it will be generally the author's last name and the page number with no commas or other punctuation. If you have multiple sources for one author, use the title or a shortened form of the title and the page number. Where you have no author's name, use the editor. Where you do not know the name of the editor, use the title.