You need to identify the author and title of the literary work as soon as you start talking about them in your essay, which is usually in the introduction. Generally, you will also tell the main point of the literature at the same time, so you might want to put this at the end of the first paragraph or the beginning of the second paragraph. You can put it in the very first sentence if it is a short essay, but generally, you may want to start with a bit more of an interesting introduction. For more help, you might want to look at my "How to write a Visual Essay": http://hubpages.com/humanities/How-to-Write-a-Visu...
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