|Paraphrasing is similar to summarizing in that you:||Paraphrasing differs from summarizing in that you:|
Here's an example of what a paraphrase would look like in your paper if you were using MLA:
|Original||Summary in a Paper Using MLA|
|In the third season, Giles was officially relieved from his Watcher duties, but he ignores that and continues as Buffy's trainer, confidant, and father-figure.||Despite his termination by the Watcher's Council in season three, Giles persists to teach and counsel Buffy while playing a "father-figure" role (DeCandido 44).|
And this complete citation would go in your "Works Cited" list.
|DeCandido, Graceanne A. "Bibliographic Good vs. Evil in Buffy the Vampire Slayer." American Libraries, Sept. 1999, pp. 44-47.|
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