Okay, I'm writing a philosophy paper and I'm trying to figure out how and the heck to cite something to no avail. I'm writing a paper on a classic work by Aristotle. I'm trying to figure out how to direct quote. Different sources say different ways of how to direct quote in text. The difficulty I'm having is that since the paper is just based off of one book I don't need to put an author when I direct quote. I need to instead put the "quote here" (page number,book,lines,etc). The hard part is the work by Aristotle is broken down into books. Each book has a chapter. Each book, with chapters, have lines. I usually write in APA format but I'm not finding much in my manual about this type of citation. If anyone knows how to cite something like this in APA or MLA please let me know. So far I've been doing "Quote here" (page number, bk. #, ch.#) which I think is in line with MLA but I'm wondering if I need to add lines as well. Sorry for the long post. I'm just confused, lol.