How do you cite a website in MLA format for an essaywhen all of your articles names are the same?

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All my article names are "Anton chekhov." How can my teacher distinguish which "Anton Chekhov" I am referring to?
asked Mar 10, 2013 in English by mathgeek36 (40,200 points)
recategorized Mar 11, 2013 by kidzsearch


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Sorry, this question should be classified under English + Literature.
answered Mar 10, 2013 by mathgeek36 (40,200 points)
selected Sep 25, 2014 by mathgeek36
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Well what i would do is number all the "Anton Chekhov" and the on I was doing call "Anton Chkhov'' 1 or whatever
answered Mar 12, 2013 by anonymous
But, how do you do really for MLA format?
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Just add the website name, year it was made, or book name.

For example:

Anton Chekhov, Britannica
Anton Chekhov, TheatreHistory

Anton Chekhov, 2000
Anton Chekhov, 2017
answered Jun 10, 2017 by arkzo (362,360 points)

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