question 6 9

question 6 9

question 6 9

Use Microsoft WORD to create an exercise with references.Format the page appropriately.Use MLA Style. There should be no title page to this short exercise. Appropriate format must be used.

Save the document as YourName_Q5

Replace the [1] and [2] with the appropriate references. There should be 2 pages when completed. Use what you have learned.

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British Museum Overview.
Established by act of Parliament in 1753, the museum was originally based on three collections: those of Sir Hans Sloane; Robert Harley, 1st earl of Oxford; and Sir Robert Cotton. The collections (which also included a significant number of manuscripts and other library materials) were housed in Montagu House, Great Russell Street, and were opened to the public in 1759. The museum’s present building, designed in the Greek Revival style by Sir Robert Smirke, was built on the site of Montagu House in the period 1823–52 and has been the subject of several subsequent additions and alterations [1].

Its famous round Reading Room was built in the 1850s; beneath its copper dome laboured such scholars as Karl Marx, Virginia Woolf, Peter Kropotkin, and Thomas Carlyle. In 1881 the original natural history collections were transferred to a new building in South Kensington to form the Natural History Museum, and in 1973 the British Museum’s library was joined by an act of Parliament with a number of other holdings to create the British Library [2]. About half the national library’s holdings were kept at the museum until a new library building was opened at St. Pancras in 1997.

REFERENCES

Website [1]:

Author: Wikipedia.org

Page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British Museum

Accessed: January 21, 2020

Year: March 11, 2015

medium: webpage

Book [2]:

Author: Rupert Richard Arrowsmith

Title: Modernism and the Museum: Asian, African and Pacific Art and the London Avant Garde

Accessed: January 19, 2020

Publisher: Oxford University Press

Medium: Print

Year 2011

pages: 103 – 164

ISBN 978-0-19-959369-9