Direct Quote, Author(s) Introduced In-text:
Maggie Callanan and Patricia Kelley, both end-of-life nurses, paint terminal illness as "not unlike a still pond disturbed by a falling stone; an impending death sends ripples through all the relationships in the life of the dying" (2).
Paraphrased Without Author(s) In-text:
Final illness touches everyone in the patient's realm just as a pebble plunked into a quiet pond creates growing concentric waves, rolling over all in the way (Callanan and Kelley 2).
Paraphrased With Author(s) Introduced In-text:
Callanan and Kelley claim final illness touches every one in the patient's realm just a s a pebble plunked into a quiet pond creates growing concentric waves, rolling over all in the way (2).
Same Author's Multiple Works Referenced Throughout Document:
More Than 3 Authors:
Wroblewski's sensory details allow readers to immerse themselves in the story as if they were shadowing Edgar:
A breeze tousled his hair. There was no
lightning, no thunder, just the steady
whisper of warm rain, like the murmur of
the creek -- the sound that had once made
Almondine pounce on the snow-covered
creek as if something hid there. Silvery
sheets of water poured into the gutters
around their roof. (231)