If you are referring to an original work (not a reprint or new edition) that was published prior to 1900, it is appropriate to give the city of publication in place of the publisher.
Remember the Core Elements of MLA Style and utilize any that apply to your source.
There are different ways to format an in-text citation, depending on your writing style and sentence structure. Every in-text citation must include the author's last name and page number. Formatting examples are outlined below:
Austen, Jane. Pride and Prejudice. London, 1813.
|In-text Citation Guidelines
Include the author's last name and page number placed in brackets at the end of a sentence.
Consider this a paraphrased sentence (Austen 45).
Include the author's name as part of the sentence; include the page number in brackets.
According to Austen, "consider this a direct quote" (45).
Remember, in-text citation formatting may change depending on a number of factors.