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Imagine almost any Alfred Hitchcock film that you have enjoyed, and you understand the pull of Psychological Suspense. These are books that play with our minds, that create frisson of unease, that blend the creepiness generated by the Horror genre with the tension inherent in Suspense. These are stories that attract a range of readers—and filmmakers—and fit uneasily in any related genre into which we try to slot them.

Title: The Reader’s Advisory Guide to Genre Fiction

Author: Joyce G. Saricks

City of publication: Chicago

Publisher: American Library Association

Copyright date: 2001

Page number: 186

Create a bibliographic card and a matching note card for the above passage.

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  • Title: The Reader’s Advisory Guide to Genre Fiction

    Author: Joyce G. Saricks

    City of publication: Chicago

    Publisher: American Library Association

    Copyright date: 2001

    Page number: 186
  • Bibliographic card:

    In here the source information is written. It is formd by the MLA documentation, the source number and location of the source. Here we only have the MLA documentation. First the author's name is written, then the title of the book, the city it was published and the publisher, lastly the year. Example:

    Saricks, Joyce G. The Reader's Advisory Guide

              to Genre Fiction. Chicago: American Library Association,

              2001.

    (Here the location of the bookj is needed)

    Note card:

    Here notes of the source are taken. It is formed by the topic, the source number, the page number, and the body.

    Example:

    Psychological Suspense

    "Imagine almost any Alfred Hitchcock film that you have enjoyed, and you understand the pull of Psychological Suspense. These are books that play with our minds, that create frisson of unease, that blend the creepiness generated by the Horror genre with the tension inherent in Suspense. These are stories that attract a range of readers—and filmmakers—and fit uneasily in any related genre into which we try to slot them."

    (Saricks 186)

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